Improving power transfer capability of SCIG based fixed speed WECS
Sugiarto, Susanne Christina
Dr Ahmed Abu-Siada
Prof. Syed Islam
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Wind power generation is regarded as the most promising source of all renewable energy system. In this thesis, a concept to advance the knowledge in the possibility to improve the power transfer of the fixed speed Wind Energy Conversion System based on a Squirrel Cage Induction Generator is presented. The proposed system endeavour to increase power extracted from the wind energy system through the utilization of variable capacitors and tap changing transformer in tandem.
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