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Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces

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Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces. / Kolesnik, S.; Sitbon, M.; Agranovich, G.; Kuperman, A.; Suntio, T.

2016 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, IEPS 2016 - Conference Proceedings. IEEE, 2016.

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Kolesnik, S, Sitbon, M, Agranovich, G, Kuperman, A & Suntio, T 2016, Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces. in 2016 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, IEPS 2016 - Conference Proceedings. IEEE, International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, 1/01/00. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEPS.2016.7521859

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Kolesnik, S., Sitbon, M., Agranovich, G., Kuperman, A., & Suntio, T. (2016). Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces. In 2016 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, IEPS 2016 - Conference Proceedings IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEPS.2016.7521859

Vancouver

Kolesnik S, Sitbon M, Agranovich G, Kuperman A, Suntio T. Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces. In 2016 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, IEPS 2016 - Conference Proceedings. IEEE. 2016 https://doi.org/10.1109/IEPS.2016.7521859

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Kolesnik, S. ; Sitbon, M. ; Agranovich, G. ; Kuperman, A. ; Suntio, T. / Comparison of photovoltaic and wind generators as dynamic input sources to power processing interfaces. 2016 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Energy and Power Systems, IEPS 2016 - Conference Proceedings. IEEE, 2016.

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abstract = "The paper reveals that while the equivalent circuit, representing the load side reflected low-frequency dynamics of a wind turbine generator, is similar to the electrical equivalent circuit of a photovoltaic generator, their dynamic resistances possess different behavior. While the incremental conductance of a photovoltaic generator does not change sign with terminal voltage variations, zero-crossing dynamic conductance characterizes wind turbine generator. The findings points out the complications arising during interfacing a wind turbine generator by different power processing interfaces.",
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