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Empirical Evaluation of Tidal Current Generation System at Ul-Dol-Mok in Jin-do
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 Title & Authors
Empirical Evaluation of Tidal Current Generation System at Ul-Dol-Mok in Jin-do
Moon, Seok-Hwan; Park, Byung-Gun; Kim, Ji-Won;
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 Abstract
The empirical evaluation of grid-connected tidal current generation system is presented in this paper. The Ul-dol-mok in Jin-do has been estimated to have tidal power of 1GW. In order to experiment, HAT (Horizontal Axis Turbine) 3-blade and 20kW grid-connected tidal current generation system was established at Ul-dol-mok in Jin-do. To generate power of generator, the speed reference of the PMSG is generated from the Cp curve and TSR (Tip Speed Ratio) of the designed turbine. The control of the converter connected to the grid is controlled to regulate unity power factor. The result showed that the turbine efficiency and system efficiency is 37 % and 31 %. This was achieved that target rate is 30 %, 20 %, respectively.
 Keywords
Tidal current generation system;Permanent magnet synchronous generator;Grid-connected converter;Maximum power point tracking;
 Language
Korean
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