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Simulating Dynamical Behaviour of Wind Power Structures

Simulating Dynamical Behaviour of Wind Power Structures

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Active stall is a combination of the two above mentioned methods for power limita-

tion. In low and medium wind speeds the pitch method is used to yield maximum

power output at any given wind speed. However, the actual power limitation in

high wind speeds is obtained by using the stall phenomena. When the rated power

is reached, the blades are adjusted to a more negative pitch setting in the opposite

direction from the normal pitch regulation method. By adjusting the pitch setting in

the negative direction, stall occurs at exactly the power level decided. The benefits

is that the power level can be maintained at a constant level with a simple constant

speed generator when exceeding rated wind speed.

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