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Acronyms and abbreviations
1.2.1 Concepts and wind turbine configurations
1.2.3 Trends in wind turbine design
2.1 Criteria for Assessment of Generator Types
2.2 The Asynchronous Machine (Induction Ma- chine)
2.2.1 Squirrel Cage Induction Generator
2.2.2 Wound rotor Induction Generator
2.2.3 Principle of Operation
2.2.4 Methods of Analysis
2.2.5 Operational Characteristics – Normal Duty
2.2.6 Operational Characteristics – Fault Conditions
2.2.7 Axial Flux Induction Machines
2.2.9 Well-Established or New Technology
2.2.10 Gear or Direct Drive Multi-pole
2.3 The Permanent Magnet Generator
2.3.2 Axial Flux Machines
2.3.3 Hybrid Permanent Magnet machines
2.3.4 Methods of Analysis of PMG
2.3.5 Methods of loading the PMG
2.3.7 Experimental Results
2.4 The Switched Reluctance Generator
2.4.1 Principle of operation
2.4.2 Operational Characteristics – Normal Duty
2.4.3 Comparison with other types of machine
2.4.5 Methods for modelling and analysis
2.4.6 Operational Characteristics – Fault Conditions
2.4.7 Efficiency of the SRG as a Function of Load and Speed
2.4.8 Well Established or New Technology
2.4.10 Gear versus Multi-pole
2.5 The Transverse Flux machine
2.5.1 Reported machine type designs
2.5.3 TFPM basic design
2.5.4 Force production and calculation
2.5.5 Flux linkage calculation
2.5.6 Conclusion on TFPM Machine
2.6.3 Conclusion on Wound Rotor Synchronous Generator
2.7 The High Voltage Machine
2.8 Trends and perspectives
3 Power Electronic Concepts
3.1 Criteria for concept evaluation
3.2.4 The back-to-back PWM-VSI
3.2.7 Multilevel Converter
3.2.8 Resonant converter
3.2.9 Comparison of the five frequency converters
3.3.1 Reactive power compensation units
3.3.2 Power regulation and storage units
3.4 Trends and perspectives
4 Grid Integration Issues
4.1 Grid Generics and Main Focus
4.2 Power Quality and other Demands to Grid Connection
4.2.1 Categorisation and characterisation of disturbances in the grid
4.2.2 Equipment used to enhance the Power Quality
4.2.3 On/off apparatus, switches
4.2.4 Stepwise controllable apparatus
4.2.5 Continuously controllable apparatus
4.2.6 Measures and indicators
4.3.1 Basic grid properties
4.3.2 Various grid types
4.3.3 Off-shore wind farms on the transmission grid
4.4 Power system integration
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