Special Issue "Large Grid-Connected Wind Turbines"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2018
The renewable energy penetration rate has increased rapidly since the last decade. Some countries are already generating more than 50% of their required energy from renewable sources and they are moving towards 100% renewables. Among the different renewable sources, such as wind, solar, biomass/biogas, tidal, geothermal, etc., wind energy is playing a vital role in the energy market and is competing with the traditional power industry. 10 MW class wind turbines will be available commercially in the near future and growth will continue.
To maximize the energy production from wind turbines, and transfer this power to the power grid, different types of power electronic converters are being used presently as interfacing devices. With increased turbine size, grid interfacing technologies are getting more complex. Large wind turbines are, not only supplying grid power, but are also supposed to provide some ancillary services to the grid. Controller and filter design tasks are becoming more complex. System stability is becoming a headache for transmission and distribution operators, when large scale wind farms are connected with existing weak networks. The energy storage system appears as a crucial part of grid tied to large scale wind turbine generator systems. This Special Issue aims to collect important works addressing the stability, variability, and scalability of large-scale, wind-turbine, grid-interfacing techniques and challenges.Assoc. Prof. Dr. S. M. Muyeen
Prof. Dr. Frede Blaabjerg
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Wind Turbine Generator System
- Offshore Wind Farm
- Energy Storage System
- Grid Interfacing Power Converters
- Power Quality
- Fault Ride Through
- Synthetic Inertia
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
Authors: Dr. Apel Mahmud and his group
Affiliation: Deakin University, School of Engineering, Geelong, Australia
Personal Homepage: http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/apel-mahmud
Authors: Dr. Anrzej Tomczewski and his group
Personal Homepage: http://www.fee.put.poznan.pl/index.php/en/wydzial/employees/userprofile/andrzej_tomczewski
Title: Optimization of the Structure of a Wind Farm Cooperating with the Kinetic Energy Store (Article)
(3) Feature Paper
Authors: Kimiko Tada, Atsushi Umemura, Rion Takahasi, Junji Tamura, Yoshiharu Matsumura, Daisuke Yamaguchi, Hirooki Kudo, Masakazu Niiyama, Yasuhito Taki
Title: Frequency Control of Power System with Solar and Wind Power Stations by Using Output Frequency Band Control of HVDC Interconnection Line
Authors: Prof. Rui Melicio and his group
Affiliation: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal
Personal Homepage: http://www.uevora.pt/pessoas/(id)/40068