AEL-SWT | STAND-ALONE WIND TURBINE APPLICATION

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Stand-Alone Wind Turbine Application, “AEL-SWT”, has been designed by Sohail Corporations for the training at both the theoretical and practical levels in the field of wind turbines.

The “AEL-SWT” application provides several levels of training to give the user full knowledge and experiences about the most important principles of wind turbines, power generation (stand-alone) and energy storage.

The “AEL-SWT” application includes real industrial devices such as a permanent magnet wind turbine, an AC/DC rectifier, a load regulator, as well as an analog ammeter and voltmeter to perform different measurements in the DC circuit. In addition, this application also includes a servo motor with its controller to regulate the rotation speed of the wind turbine and simulate different wind/generation conditions. The application also includes a variable resistive load to perform different energy consumption.

On the other hand, different modules such as a single-phase inverter and an energy meter are recommended for this application. In this way, the user can study a complete isolated wind energy installation.

In addition, this application includes a specific manual, which explains at theoretical level the subjects relating to wind turbines, batteries energy storage, etc. The thematic of the manual covers basic principles of functioning, control and operation of small scale wind turbines at different wind speeds, energy storage in batteries, DC and AC power consumption, etc.

Description

EXERCISES AND GUIDED PRACTICES

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Commissioning of the servomotor coupled to the wind turbine.
  2. Obtaining the characteristic curve of the wind generator.
  3. Energy measurement.
  4. Study of permanent magnet generator with AC to DC rectifier.
  5. Study of the complete circuit of a wind turbine energy storage system.

MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

  1. Study of the DC circuit of the permanent magnet wind generator.
  2. Measurement of the no-load voltage of the wind generator as a function of the speed of rotation.
  3. Study of the permanent magnet generator with direct output in AC.
  4. Study of permanent magnet generator with AC to DC rectifier.
  5. Study of the permanent magnet generator with variable load. Measurement of electrical parameters of voltage and current.
  6. Study of the electronic regulator of the wind turbine.
  7. Simulation of different wind conditions.
  8. Measurement of the charge current in the battery.
  9. Energy balance between generated current, charge current and consumed current.

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