Nine switch converter for active and reactive power control of wind powered DFIG
Date of Issue2011
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The world has very limited resources left for future generation. Conventional energy resources are at the verge of extinction. This is the time for new alternative resources to substitute the traditional resources and to overcome the energy crisis. Also the environmental factors discourage the usage of fossil fuels. In this way wind energy acts as a promising resource for the current and the future need in a clean and neat way. Thus wind powered generators are becoming famous for its pollution free and low cost energy extraction.
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