Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Thomas Ackermann.|
|LC Classifications||TK1541 .W558 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 691 p. :|
|Number of Pages||691|
|LC Control Number||2004018711|
Wind Power in Power Systems is essential reading for power engineers, wind turbine designers, wind project developers and wind energy consultants dealing with the integration of wind power into the distribution or transmission network. This book will also be of interest to graduate students, researchers, regulation authorities and policy makers who work in the area of wind power and need to understand the relevant power system integration /5(3). About this book The second edition of the highly acclaimed Wind Power in Power Systems has been thoroughly revised and expanded to reflect the latest challenges associated with increasing wind power penetration levels. Since its first release, practical experiences with high wind power penetration levels have significantly increased. This book presents an abstract of the teachings found in integrating wind power into power methods and provides an outlook of the associated factors and choices to allow even bigger wind power penetration ranges. In depth smart experience from wind power and power system specialists and transmission strategies operators in Germany, Denmark. Wind Power Generation is a concise, up-to-date and readable guide providing an introduction to one of the leading renewable power generation technologies. It includes detailed descriptions of on and offshore generation systems, and demystifies the relevant wind energy technology functions in practice as well as exploring the economic and environmental risk factors.
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Wind power generation plants are usually inserted in the electric power system by connection to the primary distribution section or, in case of small plants, to the secondary distribution section. Onshore and offshore large-size wind power plants are usually connected to high voltage or very high voltage grids. This book is dedicated to the state-of-the-art power conversion and control of wind energy conversion systems (WECS) from an electrical engineering perspective, providing a thorough analysis of wind generators, system configurations, power converters, control schemes, and dynamic/steady-state performance of various practical wind energy systems. The book begins with market survey, wind turbine technology, wind energy system . Addeddate Identifier fe_wind_power_in_power_systems Identifier-ark ark://t8vb0qp96 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi . This book presents an overview of the lessons learned in integrating wind power into power systems and provides an outlook of the relevant issues and solutions to allow even higher wind power penetration levels. This includes the development of standard wind turbine simulation models.