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Hi George,

I am very interested in the PMSG model in PSCAD. I ran your project, I am wondering that how could pmsg be directly linked to the voltage source, without the converter and interter. The voltage will be always 13.8K, am I right? And the PMSG model in PSCAD is with only an input and an output. I would like to know more about the PMSG you use, such as the number of pole pairs, and how could I regulate and control the exciting current to regulate the output voltage. I am a student who just started to use pscad. Please correct my errors of understanding, thank you!

I am very interested in the PMSG model in PSCAD. I ran your project, I am wondering that how could pmsg be directly linked to the voltage source, without the converter and interter. The voltage will be always 13.8K, am I right? And the PMSG model in PSCAD is with only an input and an output. I would like to know more about the PMSG you use, such as the number of pole pairs, and how could I regulate and control the exciting current to regulate the output voltage. I am a student who just started to use pscad. Please correct my errors of understanding, thank you!

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