Journal of Alternate Energy Sources & Technologies

ISSN: 2230-7982

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Wind Energy: Source of power generator

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

By turning the kinetic energy of moving air into electrical, the wind is used to generate power. Wind drives the rotor blades of contemporary wind turbines, which transform kinetic energy into rotational energy. A shaft that connects the generator to the rotational energy produces electrical energy. In comparison to burning fossil fuels, wind energy is a well-liked, environmentally friendly, renewable energy source. Numerous separate wind turbines connected to the electrical power transmission network make up wind farms. Compared to certain other power plants, onshore wind farms have a more noticeable visual influence on the terrain. Little onshore wind farms can contribute a small amount of energy to the grid or supply remote off-grid. Offshore wind farms have a lower visual effect and produce more energy per installed capacity with fewer swings. Offshore wind generation is growing, even though it is currently less prevalent and has greater construction and maintenance costs. Due to the variable nature of wind energy, power-management strategies are used to balance supply and demand. These strategies include the use of wind hybrid power systems, hydroelectric power, other dispatchable power sources, excess capacity, geographically dispersed turbines, power exporting and importing to nearby regions, and grid storage. The electric-power network can be prepared for the predictable variations in production that take place thanks to weather forecasts. The size of the turbine and the length of its blades determine how much electricity can be generated by the wind. The size of the turbine and the length of its blades determine how much electricity can be generated by the wind. The output is inversely related to the rotor’s size and the square of the wind speed. The wind power potential theoretically increases by a factor of eight when wind speed doubles. A vane on the nacelle is used to position the wind turbines so that they face the direction of the wind. The three major components of the wind turbine will then begin to rotate due to the force of the air currents: The purpose of the rotor, which consists of three blades and a bushing connecting them, is to collect wind energy and transform it into mechanical rotational energy. The multiplier’s job is to raise the rotational speed from 30 revolutions per minute (rpm) to 1500 rpm. It is connected to the engine by a shaft. The generator is the component that transforms rotational mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Keywords

Wind Forecasting Categories, Wind Speed Wind rotors and blades – aerodynamics, Aero-elastics, Aero-servo-elasticity, Aero-acoustics, Wakes, Rotor and blade design, Structural and mechanical components modeling and design, Electrical engineering of wind power – electrical components, Power electronics and controls, Generators, Grid connection, Integration and control of wind power plants, Dynamics and control – control algorithms, Sensors, Actuators and load mitigation strategies, Development of resource assessment techniques- prediction, Modeling, Atmospheric Physics, Wind farm planning and Power Forecasting Methods

Manuscript Submission information

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