Power Electronics and Controls for Wind Turbine Systems

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The electrical energy consumption continues to grow and more applications will be based on electricity in the next decades. We can expect that more 60 % of all energy consumption will be converted and used as electricity. It is a demand that production, distribution and use of electrical energy are done as efficiently as possible. Further, emerging climate changes argues to find future solutions which also are sustainable. Two major technologies will play important roles to solve parts of those future problems. One is the change the electrical power production from conventional, fossil (and short term) based energy sources to renewable energy sources. Another is to use power electronics to achieve high efficiency in power generation, transmission/distribution and utilization. This paper discuss trends of the most promising renewable energy sources, wind energy, which ,integrated with power electronics, is changing the future electrical infrastructure and also contributes steadily to non-carbon based electricity production. The paper’s focus is on the power electronics technologies used in wind turbine systems.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the IEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010
Antal sider12
ForlagIEEE Press
Publikationsdatodec. 2010
Sider333-344
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-9-9901-7110-5
DOI
StatusUdgivet - dec. 2010
BegivenhedIEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010 - Manama, Bahrain
Varighed: 18 dec. 201022 dec. 2010

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KonferenceIEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010
LandBahrain
ByManama
Periode18/12/201022/12/2010

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Climate change
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Blaabjerg, F., Iov, F., Chen, Z., & Ma, K. (2010). Power Electronics and Controls for Wind Turbine Systems. I Proceedings of the IEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010 (s. 333-344). IEEE Press. https://doi.org/10.1109/ENERGYCON.2010.5771701
Blaabjerg, Frede ; Iov, Florin ; Chen, Zhe ; Ma, Ke. / Power Electronics and Controls for Wind Turbine Systems. Proceedings of the IEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010. IEEE Press, 2010. s. 333-344
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Power Electronics and Controls for Wind Turbine Systems. / Blaabjerg, Frede; Iov, Florin; Chen, Zhe; Ma, Ke.

Proceedings of the IEEE Energy Conference and Exhibition, ENERGYCON 2010. IEEE Press, 2010. s. 333-344.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKonferenceartikel i proceedingForskningpeer review

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