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A wireless deadbeat power control for wind power generation systems in smart grid applications

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4 Author(s)
Casella, I.R.S. ; CECS, UFABC, Santo André, Brazil ; Sguarezi Filho, A.J. ; Capovilla, C.E. ; Ruppert, E.

This paper proposes a wireless deadbeat power control scheme employing low density parity check coding for variable speed wind power generation (the wind industry is the huge driver behind the push for super-grids and cross-border infrastructure) to improve system robustness and reliability. The wind energy systems uses a doubly-fed induction generator and a deadbeat control. The performance improvements of the proposed system are investigated in different propagation conditions by using simulations results.

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Power Electronics Conference (COBEP), 2011 Brazilian

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11-15 Sept. 2011