Special Issue "Wind Generators: Technology and Trends"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021) | Viewed by 17497
Interests: wind power generation; power system stability; power system analysis; synchronous generator; virtual synchronous machines
Interests: renewable energy; smart grids; DC microgrids; synchronous generators; power system stability
Interests: renewable energy; microgrids; smart grids; power system dynamic stability
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Interests: power systems; wind power generation; smart grids; power electronics
Interests: renewable energy systems; power system stability and control; microgrids; HVDC systems; analysis and control of rotating electrical machines
We are inviting submissions to this Special Issue on Wind Generators: Technology and Trends. The penetration of renewable energy sources such as wind power generation and PV power generation into power systems has been increasing significantly all over the world. Especially, wind power generation has attracted a great deal of attention due to its superior characteristics such as low cost and high energy conversion efficiency. In this Special Issue, we invite papers about cutting-edge research and advances in the field of wind power generation systems. Theoretical and experimental studies as well as comprehensive review and survey papers are welcome. Examples for specific subjects are given in the keywords.
Dr. Junji Tamura
Dr. Masaki Yagami
Dr. S. M. Muyeen
Dr. Kenta Koiwa
Dr. Md. Rifat Hazari
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- Wind power generators
- Power system analysis
- Power system stability
- Power system control
- Energy storage systems
- Smart grids
- Virtual synchronous machines
- Virtual inertia control
- Offshore wind farm
- HVDC systems