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From Turbine to Wind Farms

Technical Requirements and Spin-Off Products

This book is a timely compilation of the different aspects of wind energy power systems. It combines several scientific disciplines to cover the multi-dimensional aspects of this yet young emerging research field. It brings together findings from natural and social science and especially from the extensive field of numerical modelling.

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From Turbine to Wind FarmsTechnical Requirements and Spin-Off ProductsEdited by Gesche Krause

Published: April 4th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/641

ISBN: 978-953-307-237-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5995-7

Copyright year: 2011

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29631 Total Chapter Downloads

26 Crossref Citations

26 Web of Science Citations

47 Dimensions Citations


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1. Local Attitudes towards Wind Power: The Effect of Prior Experience

By Jacob Ladenburg and Gesche Krause


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2. Wind Farms and Grid Codes

By María Paz Comech, Miguel García-Gracia, Susana Martín Arroyo and Miguel Ángel Martínez Guillén


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3. Active and Reactive Power Formulations for Grid Code Requirements Verification

By Vicente Leon-Martinez and Joaquin Montañana-Romeu


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4. Frequency Control of Isolated Power System with Wind Farm by Using Flywheel Energy Storage System

By Rion Takahashi


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5. Control Scheme of Hybrid Wind-Diesel Power Generation System

By Cuk Supriyadi A.N, Takuhei Hashiguchi, Tadahiro Goda and Tumiran


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6. Power Fluctuations in a Wind Farm Compared to a Single Turbine

By Joaquin Mur-Amada and Jesús Sallán-Arasanz


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7. Distance Protections in the Power System Lines with Connected Wind Farms

By Adrian Halinka and Michał Szewczyk


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8. Impact of Intermittent Wind Generation on Power System Small Signal Stability

By Libao Shi, Zheng Xu, Chen Wang, Liangzhong Yao and Yixin Ni


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9. The Potential for Habitat Creation around Offshore Wind Farms

By Jennifer C. Wilson


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10. Perceived Concerns and Advocated Organisational Structures of Ownership Supporting ‘Offshore Wind Farm – Mariculture Integration’

By Gesche Krause, Robert Maurice Griffin and Bela Hieronymus Buck


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