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From an integrated optimal design to a systemic optimization of a stand alone passive wind turbine system with storage

Abstract : In this paper, the authors report the development of a Systemic Optimization Process (SOP) devoted to a passive wind turbine system with electrochemical storage bank. Aim of the SOP is to find the optimal combination and sizing among sets of system components, that meets the desired system requirements with the lowest system owning cost. The passive wind system associated to the storage bank interacts with wind and load cycles (deterministic data). Sets of passive wind turbines are obtained through an Integrated Optimal Design (IOD) process. The system cost model is inspired from constructor data for the wind turbines and related to the battery cycles for the storage bank. An optimization problem is developed and performed using an exhaustive search. The optimization results are finally exposed and discussed
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Malek Belouda, Jamel Belhadj, Amine Jaafar, Bruno Sareni, Xavier Roboam. From an integrated optimal design to a systemic optimization of a stand alone passive wind turbine system with storage. International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Software Applications (ICEESA 2013), Mar 2013, Hammamet, Tunisia. pp.0. ⟨hal-01281123⟩

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