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No-storage wind-diesel system: Mechanical modeling based on power flow models

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4 Author(s)
H. Ibrahim ; TechnoCentre éolien, 51 ch. de la mine, Murdochville, QC, G0E, 1W0, Canada ; J. Lefebvre ; J. F. Methot ; J. S. Deschenes

In remote areas and small islands, diesel generators are often the main source of electric power. A hybrid system of wind power and genset can benefit islands or other isolated communities and increase fuel savings. In order to understand the effect of wind power regarding to reducing the rate of power supplied by the diesel generator especially when the wind turbine and genset operate simultaneously, we studied a no-storage wind-diesel system by using a power flow model tested on different operation modes of the hybrid system.

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Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC), 2011 IEEE

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3-5 Oct. 2011