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Sabra Ahyaten Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Cadiz, Puerto Real, Spain

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Jalal El Bahaoui Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco

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Narjisse Amahjour Higher Normal School, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco

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Abstract

Due to the substantial rise in wind power generation, the direct-drive permanent magnet synchronous generator has emerged as a leading technology for efficient variable speed operation, meeting grid demands effectively. This paper presents a comparative analysis of control strategies for permanent magnet synchronous generator based wind turbine using real variable wind speed data from a 2 MW of Tetouan wind farm in Morocco. The proposed approach is based on evaluating two primary control strategies: the adaptive fuzzy-proportional-integral controller and the conventional proportional-integral controller aimed at enhancing the wind turbine's output power. The simulation performed on MATLAB-Simulink indicates that pitch control mechanisms play a crucial role in optimizing power generation, also demonstrating its ability to achieve satisfactory performance.

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