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Conceptual survey of Generators andPower Electronics for Wind Turbines
L. H. Hansen, L. Helle, F. Blaabjerg, E. Ritchie, S. Munk-Nielsen, H. Bindner, P. Sørensen and B. Bak-Jensen.
Risø National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark December 2001
This report presents a survey on generator concepts and power electronic con-cepts for wind turbines. The report is aimed as a tool for decision-makers anddevelopment people with respect to wind turbine manufactures, utilities, and in-dependent system operators as well as manufactures of generators and power electronics.The survey is focused on the electric development of wind turbines and it yieldsan overview on:
State of the art on generators and power electronics.
Future concepts and technologies within generators and power electron-ics.
Market needs in the shape of requirements to the grid connection.This survey on generator and power electronic concepts was carried out in co-operation between Aalborg University and Risø National Laboratory, in thescope of the joint research programme
 Electric Design and Control 
.The report has been reviewed by: __________________ _________________ Anca Daniela Hansen Peter Hauge MadsenISBN 87-550-2743-1ISBN 87-550-2745-8 (Internet)ISSN 0106-2840Print: Pitney Bowes Management Services Denmark, 2002
The present report is a result of the co-operation between Aalborg Universityand Risø National Laboratory within the scope of the research programme
 Elec-tric Design and Control 
(EDS, alias Elektrisk Design og Styring).The report has as an objective to compile and disseminate some of the knowl-edge on generators and power electronics for wind turbines, which now is atEDS’ disposal. In this work, the following persons have contributed to the re- port writing:
Birgitte Bak-Jensen.
Henrik Bindner.
Frede Blaabjerg.
Lars Henrik Hansen.
Lars Helle.
Stig Munk-Nielsen.
Ewen Ritchie.
Poul Sørensen.In order to focus the report towards the needs of the wind turbines manufacturesa task group consisting of:
 NEG Micon: Niels Vilsbøll.
Vestas: Michael Kinch.
ABB: Hans Christian Christensen.
Siemens: Kim Eskildsen and Ulf Lindhard.have been asked to contribute to this report by valuable input – in specific onthe concept evaluation criteria. Moreover, ABB and Siemens have kindly put pictures and drawings at disposal for this report.Finally, the four largest wind turbine gearbox manufactures have been asked tosupply specific gearbox data. The following two:
Brook Hansen Transmission
Lohmann & Solterfoht.have contributed with data which are used to point out trends on gearboxes.Frontpage picture has been supplied by Vestas

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