Determination of parameters and basic dimensions of the generator for low power tidal plants (up to 1000 kW)

Keywords: hydropower, small hydropower, tidal power stations, tidal power plants, generators, capsular hydraulic unit, permanent magnets

Abstract

The increasing energy needs give rise to a steady interest in
new sources of energy, in particular, in the energy of the World
Ocean: tides, surf, waves, water temperature difference between
the surface and deep layers of the ocean, and flows.
The use of the naturally renewable energy of the sea tides
to transform it into other forms of energy, mainly electrical, lies
at the heart of the work of tidal power plants (TPP).
Despite a number of advantages of using TPP (significant
reserves of the used type of energy; the invariance of its magnitude
in the monthly (seasonal and multi-year) periods during the
the entire lifetime of the TPP; independence from the water volume
during the year, etc.), the energy of tides is still not used to the
full, due to its relatively high cost and limited availability of
places with fairly high tides.
The analysis of the peculiarities of the tidal power plants,
found that one possible way to improve their efficiency, it is to
use in synchronous generators with excitation from permanent
magnets with high specific energy, which will simplify the design
of capsular units, thereby increasing their efficiency.
The replacement of electromagnetic excitation by the use
of magnetic systems with permanent magnets makes it possible
to simplify the rotor design, to exclude sliding contacts, to reduce
losses by eliminating them in the rotor winding.
The results and proposed evaluation algorithms can be used
to determine the PTT parameters and its aggregate part, as well
as the main dimensions of the generators with the specified construction
(with excitation from permanent magnets used in the
aggregates).

Author Biographies

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

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Research fellow 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.

Research area: wind power systems, small capacity wind units, hydro generators, devices with permanent magnets

V. Kokhanevych, Institute of Renewable Energy, NAS of Ukraine

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Information about the author: Researcher at Institute for Renewable Energy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Education: graduated from the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 1979 with the specialization "Technology of Machine-Building, Metal Cutting Machines and Tools".

Area of researches: power systems, converting types of energy, automation and modeling processes. wind power systems, small capacity wind units, control systems and protect.

Publications: 119.

M. Shykhaylov, Institute of Renewable Energy, NAS of Ukraine

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Researcher in wind department at Institute for Renewable Energy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Education: graduated from the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 1979 with the specialty "Hydropneumatic and Hydraulic Drive";

Area of researches: wind power systems, small capacity wind units, control systems.

Publications: 189.

S. Permynova, Institute for Environmental Management and Balanced Nature

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Information about the author: 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: 24.

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Published
2017-09-11
How to Cite
Permynov, Y., Kokhanevych, V., Shykhaylov, M., & Permynova, S. (2017). Determination of parameters and basic dimensions of the generator for low power tidal plants (up to 1000 kW). Vidnovluvana Energetika, (3 (50), 66-72. Retrieved from https://ve.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/42