Mathematical Modeling of Power Supply of an Autonomic Enterprise Based on Wind Power Plants

 
 
 
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    Power supply systems for small businesses based on renewable energy sources are most often based on converting wind energy, solar energy and water energy. Calculating its effectiveness is a time-consuming task, requiring the processing of a large amount of data specific for the geographical location of power generating units. In the article the technique of computer modeling of work of a park of wind power plants (WPP) with the purpose of definition of an optimum parity of their parameters is considered.

     


     

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    wind power plant, wind generator, computer modeling, wind energy

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Article ID: 15188
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.5.15188




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