Wind Power Generation Monitoring SystemJournal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2016-02-01
Authors : Pandit Pritam Shankar; Nadaf Shabnam Ajij; Sawant Pradnya Shrirang;
Page : 638-639
Keywords : PIC16F877; Sensors; MAX232; MATLAB GUI; etc;
Wind is clean & renewable nature resource for power generation. At present the greatest widespread solution of wind power generation in the world is based on the turbines. With the importance of alternative energy sources increasing, monitoring & economical design of alternative energy generators becomes more critical. To implement a practical monitoring system, characterization of the dynamic behaviour of the structure under consideration is a necessary first step. Acquisition of dynamic output data under a wide variety of condition can be a time consuming & costly process. In recent years, low cost wireless sensors have emerged as an enabling technology for just such monitoring application. In this paper wireless sensor technologies are deployed on two wind turbine structures to provide better models of wind turbine dynamic behavior & response to loading. Also this paper deals with power control of a wind generation system for interconnection operation with electric distribution system. Power control strategy is to extract the maximum energy available from varying condition of wind speed while maintaining power quality at a satisfactory level. In order to capture the maximum power, variable speed, voltage control is employed for turbine system. The grid interface inverter transfer the energy drown from the wind turbine into grid by keeping common DC voltage constant. It provides uninterrupted power, effective utilization of source, improves life time of battery & minimized usage of diesel. This paper present viability study of integrated renewable power system for telecommunication application.
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