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Probabilistic Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems Including Wind Turbine Generators Considering Wind Speed Correlation
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Probabilistic Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems Including Wind Turbine Generators Considering Wind Speed Correlation
Wu, Liang; Park, Jeong-Je; Choi, Jae-Seok; Ei-Keib, A.A.;
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 Abstract
The importance of renewable energy sources has been growing at a high rate as a result of being environment friendly. In particular, wind power is one of the most successfully utilized of such sources to produce electrical energy. Because of the randomness of wind speed, the reliability impact on this highly variable energy power is important aspect that needs to be assessed. In this paper, the impact on the reliability indices of wind speed correlation between two farms is considered.
 Keywords
Renewable energy;Wind;Reliability impact;Wind speed correlation;
 Language
English
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