Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants

Z. Varga, Rafael K. Jardan, I. Nagy

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Abstract

In recent years, due to the shrinking energy resources facing mankind, the increased demand for more energy and the protection of environment, have led to intensive search for environment-friendly ways of energy production. Special attention has been paid to renewable, alternative and waste energy sources as a possible way of electric power production in Disperse Power Plants (DPP). The research in electromechanical energy conversion systems resulted new, highly efficient and ultra high speed machines that are applicable in small scale Turbine-Generator (T-G) systems. The application of ultrahigh speed induction generators (IG) has a number of technical and economical benefits over standard SGs. Here, a controlled self-excitation method for specially designed ultrahigh speed IG used in a small scale T-G system is described and studied. It can be applied in supplying telecommunication stations and data centers in DPPs. The design and analysis of the system are relied on computer simulation techniques verified by test results.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings)
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event2011 33rd International Telecommunications Energy Conference, INTELEC 2011 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: Oct 9 2011Oct 13 2011

Other

Other2011 33rd International Telecommunications Energy Conference, INTELEC 2011
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period10/9/1110/13/11

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Asynchronous generators
Power plants
Turbogenerators
Energy resources
Energy conversion
Telecommunication
Computer simulation

Keywords

  • Self-excitation
  • Ultrahigh Speed Induction Machines

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology

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Varga, Z., Jardan, R. K., & Nagy, I. (2011). Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants. In INTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings) [6099870] https://doi.org/10.1109/INTLEC.2011.6099870

Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants. / Varga, Z.; Jardan, Rafael K.; Nagy, I.

INTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings). 2011. 6099870.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Varga, Z, Jardan, RK & Nagy, I 2011, Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants. in INTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings)., 6099870, 2011 33rd International Telecommunications Energy Conference, INTELEC 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 10/9/11. https://doi.org/10.1109/INTLEC.2011.6099870
Varga Z, Jardan RK, Nagy I. Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants. In INTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings). 2011. 6099870 https://doi.org/10.1109/INTLEC.2011.6099870
Varga, Z. ; Jardan, Rafael K. ; Nagy, I. / Ultrahigh speed induction generators applied in disperse power plants. INTELEC, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (Proceedings). 2011.
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