Gastón Orlando Suvire

National University of San Luis Argentina

Gaston Orlando Suvire was born in San Juan, Argentina, on November 13, 1977. He graduated as an electric engineer from the National University of San Juan (UNSJ), Argentina in 2002. He received his Ph.D. from the same University in 2009, carrying out part in the COPPE Institute, in the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Dr. Suvire is currently a professor of electrical engineering at the UNSJ and a researcher with CONICET. His research interests include simulation methods, power systems dynamics and control, power electronics modeling and design, and the application of wind energy and energy storage in power systems.

Gastón Orlando Suvire

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During the last two decades, increase in electricity demand and environmental concern resulted in fast growth of power production from renewable sources. Wind power is one of the most efficient alternatives. Due to rapid development of wind turbine technology and increasing size of wind farms, wind power plays a significant part in the power production in some countries. However, fundamental differences exist between conventional thermal, hydro, and nuclear generation and wind power, such as different generation systems and the difficulty in controlling the primary movement of a wind turbine, due to the wind and its random fluctuations. These differences are reflected in the specific interaction of wind turbines with the power system. This book addresses a wide variety of issues regarding the integration of wind farms in power systems. The book contains 14 chapters divided into three parts. The first part outlines aspects related to the impact of the wind power generation on the electric system. In the second part, alternatives to mitigate problems of the wind farm integration are presented. Finally, the third part covers issues of modeling and simulation of wind power system.

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