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Electrical and electronic engineering
This paper introduces a methodology for investigating the behaviour of a distribution network incorporating both load variations and variable micro-wind generation output. The probabilistic methodology is applied to a representative model of the Irish Distribution Network. Application of a selection of commercially available micro-wind turbines to the model is investigated for a range of load and generation scenarios based on a standard load profile and varying mean wind speed. Analysis of the results of the analysis forms the basis for defining the limitations of the methodology but also presents the opportunities for future work.
Sunderland, K., Conlon, M.: The Probabilistic Integration of Demand-Side Load and Generation in a Representative Irish Distribution Network. 8th EEEIC International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering. Karpacz, Poland, 10-13, May 2009. doi:10.21427/7r35-pr77