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Proceedings of the International Congress on Continuously Variable Power Transmission : September 16 and 17, 1999, Congress Center, Eindhoven University of Technology

International Congress on Continuously Variable Power Transmission < 1999, Eindhoven>; Technische Universiteit < Eindhoven> / Faculteit Werktuigbouwkunde
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Proceedings of the International Congress on Continuously Variable Power Transmission : September 16 and 17, 1999, Congress Center, Eindhoven University of Technology

International Congress on Continuously Variable Power Transmission < 1999, Eindhoven>; Technische Universiteit < Eindhoven> / Faculteit Werktuigbouwkunde
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Online-monitoring and prediction of wind power in german transmission system operation centres

Ensslin, C.; Ernst, B.; Rohrig, K.; Schlögl, F.

At the end of 2002, more than 13.500 Wind Turbines (WTs) with an installed capacity of 12.000 MW generated approx. 17.300 GWh and supplied about 3.6 % of the German electricity consumption. Wind-generated power now provides a noticeable percentage of the total electrical power consumed, and also exc...

DRIVER (German)

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Online-monitoring and prediction of wind power in german transmission system operation centres

Rohrig, K.; Ernst, B.; Hoppe-Kilpper, M.; Schlögl, F.

Electrical systems must be designed and operated in order to accommodate the changes in the consumption, a trip of a conventional production unit or a fault on a transmission line. Normally, they are able to absorb a certain amount of unregulated and fluctuating production from renewable energy sour...

DRIVER (German)

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Integration of large offshore wind power into energy supply

Ernst, B.; Hoppe-Kilpper, M.; Rohrig, K.

At the end of 2002, more than 13.500 Wind Turbines (WTs) with an installed capacity of 12.000 MW generated approx. 17.300 GWh and supplied about 3.6 % of the German electricity consumption. Today, the electrical power generated from wind already covers the total grid load in some grid areas temporar...

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Impact of Transmission Network Investments on Market Power in the German Electricity Market

Ellersdorfer, Ingo

In this paper a model based analysis of competition in the German wholesale electricity market is presented. Applying a multi-regional model which covers the interregional transmission constraints between Germany and its neighboring countries, potential for exercising market power by the four domina...

DRIVER (German)

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Advanced operating control for wind farm clusters

Wolff, M.; Mackensen, R.; Füller, G.; Lange, B.; Rohrig, K.; Fischer, F.; Hofmann, L.; Heier, S.; Valov, B.

In a German research and development project a new control unit for system operators, the Wind Farm Cluster-Management (WCM) has been developed. It is able to co-ordinate the geographical distributed wind farms and represent them as one wind power plant for the system operators purposes. The pooling...

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