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The suitability of the computer model MM5 for predicting wind speed, and hence wind energy, is investigated by performing simulations for different geographical regions. The focus is on wind speed in the lowest 200 m of the planetary boundary layer (PBL). The dependency of the simulated wind...
This paper, to the best of author's knowledge, presents the first wind resource assessment for offshore-wind energy off the mainland coasts of Saudi Arabia, despite the onshore wind resource being known. The study utilized wind speed data from, in effect, an offshore meteorological station to...
The article presents results of voltage stability investigations carried out on a large power network model. Presumably, around 50 per cent of electricity consumption is covered by wind turbines and by local combined heat and power (CHP) units. In investigations, a distinction is made between...
This paper presents a method of identifying and estimating gross errors for linear dynamic systems. The method is applied to wind power, in particular the doubly-fed induction generator. Measurements have errors, but it is possible to reduce the effect of such errors on control by exploiting...
Torsional vibrations may be a critical issue for those vertical axis wind turbines having long drive trains as compared with standard horizontal axis wind turbines. Such vibrations are studied by simulation for two different types of generators used with a vertical axis wind turbine, namely a...
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