Intermittent Smoothing Approaches for Wind Power Output: A Review
AbstractWind energy is one of the most common types of renewable energy resource. Due to its sustainability and environmental benefits, it is an emerging source for electric power generation. Rapid and random changes of wind speed makes it an irregular and inconsistent power source when connected to the grid, causing different technical problems in protection, power quality and generation dispatch control. Due to these problems, effective intermittent smoothing approaches for wind power output are crucially needed to minimize such problems. This paper reviews various intermittent smoothing approaches used in smoothing the output power fluctuations caused by wind energy. Problems associated with the inclusion of wind energy resources to grid are also briefly reviewed. From this review, it has been found that battery energy storage system is the most suitable and effective smoothing approach, provided that an effective control strategy is available for optimal utilization of battery energy system. This paper further demonstrates different control strategies built for battery energy storage system to obtain the smooth output wind power. View Full-Text
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Jabir, M.; Azil Illias, H.; Raza, S.; Mokhlis, H. Intermittent Smoothing Approaches for Wind Power Output: A Review. Energies 2017, 10, 1572.
Jabir M, Azil Illias H, Raza S, Mokhlis H. Intermittent Smoothing Approaches for Wind Power Output: A Review. Energies. 2017; 10(10):1572.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jabir, Muhammad; Azil Illias, Hazlee; Raza, Safdar; Mokhlis, Hazlie. 2017. "Intermittent Smoothing Approaches for Wind Power Output: A Review." Energies 10, no. 10: 1572.
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