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# Modelling of Small Wind Power Plant with Savonius-Darrieus Rotor in the PSCAD

PTÁČEK, M. KOPIČKA, M. PAVELKA, T. RADIL, L.

Originální název

Modelling of Small Wind Power Plant with Savonius-Darrieus Rotor in the PSCAD

Anglický název

Modelling of Small Wind Power Plant with Savonius-Darrieus Rotor in the PSCAD

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper focuses on the creation of a mathematical model of a small wind power plant with a vertical axis of rotation with a Savonius-Darrieus rotor within the PSCAD. The paper describes the principle of a wind energy source and it brings basic data about this technology and specifies individual parameters and their mutual relations that are needed for mathematical simulation. The paper also presents the results of simulations of the created mathematical model and assesses the overall generated energy for an average and above-the-average windy day in a chosen area.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper focuses on the creation of a mathematical model of a small wind power plant with a vertical axis of rotation with a Savonius-Darrieus rotor within the PSCAD. The paper describes the principle of a wind energy source and it brings basic data about this technology and specifies individual parameters and their mutual relations that are needed for mathematical simulation. The paper also presents the results of simulations of the created mathematical model and assesses the overall generated energy for an average and above-the-average windy day in a chosen area.

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BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT125070,
author="Michal {Ptáček} and Marek {Kopička} and Tomáš {Pavelka} and Lukáš {Radil}",
title="Modelling of Small Wind Power Plant with Savonius-Darrieus Rotor in the PSCAD",
annote="The paper focuses on the creation of a mathematical model of a small wind power plant with a vertical axis of rotation with  a  Savonius-Darrieus  rotor  within  the  PSCAD.  The  paper describes the principle of a wind energy source and it brings basic data  about  this  technology  and  specifies  individual  parameters and  their  mutual  relations  that  are  needed  for  mathematical simulation.  The  paper  also  presents  the  results  of  simulations of  the  created  mathematical  model  and  assesses  the  overall generated  energy  for  an  average  and  above-the-average  windy day in a chosen area.",