COMPARISON OF THE TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF WIND POWER PLANTS (WPP) AND TIDAL POWER PLANTS (TPP) USED IN AREAS WITH LOW NATURAL ENERGY POTENTIALS


Keywords: hydropower, small hydropower, tidal power stations, tidal power plants, wind power plants, wind turbines, generators, permanent magnets

Abstract

Wind power plants (WPP) and a small tidal power plants (TPP) – up to 1000 kW, are most suitable for use in remote regions with low natural energy potentials. In regions in which the constancy of force and the stability of wind directions are not typical, the efficiency of the wind turbine is reduced. Therefore, when choosing alternative energy supply sources for such regions, it is advisable to make a comparative assessment of the wind turbines and other available types of facilities efficiency, one of which the tidal power plants can be. For this purpose the calculations of synchronous generators with excitation from permanent magnets was made, to compare their parameters in WPP and TPP with the similar power (600 kW). The calculation results demonstrate a number of advantages of the aggregate part of the tidal station, such as higher efficiency, smaller mass-dimensional characteristics and, correspondingly, a reduction in the cost of materials up to 4 times. All of the factors described above and calculation methods should be taken into account in the framework of an integrated approach in the development of the energy supply concept for the region where the necessary natural conditions for the tidal power plants installation are avaliable.

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Author Biographies

Y. Permynov, Institute of Renewable Energy, NAS of Ukraine

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Senior Researcher at Institute for Renewable Energy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Education: graduated from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute in 1968 with a degree in Electrical Machines and Apparatuses.
Area of researches: wind power systems, small capacity wind units, hydrogenerators, devices with permanent magnets
Publications: 83.

 

L. Volkov, Institute for Environmental Management and Sustainable usage of Natural Resources

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Senior Researcher at Institute for Environmental Management and Balanced Nature. 

Education: graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute in 1959 with a degree in Electrification of Industrial Enterprises.

Area of researches: wind power systems, small capacity wind units, hydrogenerators, devices with permanent magnets. 

Publications: 21.

 

S. Permynova, Institute for Environmental Management and Balanced Nature

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Head of the Scientific and Methodological Support Department at Institute for Environmental Management and Balanced Nature
Education: graduated from the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture in 2004 with a degree in Environmental Safety.
Area of researches: renewable sources of energy, green building; environmental management,
audit and life cycle assessment (ISO 14000)
Publications: 23.

 


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Published
2017-12-14
How to Cite
Permynov, Y., Volkov, L., & Permynova, S. (2017). COMPARISON OF THE TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF WIND POWER PLANTS (WPP) AND TIDAL POWER PLANTS (TPP) USED IN AREAS WITH LOW NATURAL ENERGY POTENTIALS. Vidnovluvana Energetika, (4 (51), 52-58. Retrieved from https://ve.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/21