Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant

Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant


Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant .

Specification Of Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plan

 
  • Converting kinetic wind energy into electrical energy
  • Laboratory-scale wind power plant, stand-alone operation
  • Axial fan with continuously variable speed (wind velocity)
  • Flow straightener for consistent wind conditions
  • Generator for converting the kinetic energy into electrical energy
  • Accumulator for storing the electrical energy
  • Two bulbs as electrical load (consumers)
  • Measurement of wind velocity in front of and behind the rotor
  • Measurement of rotational speed of the rotor
  • Measurement of current and voltage
  • Digital displays for the measured values
 

Technical Data

Axial fan

  • Max. volumetric flow rate: 5m³/s
  • Max. power: 1,5kW

Rotor

  • Diameter: 510mm

Generator

  • Max. output: 60W
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • Max. charging current: 5A

Accumulator

  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • Capacity: 8Ah

Electrical load (bulbs)

  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • Power: 55W each

Measuring ranges

  • Wind velocity: 0,3...50m/s
  • Speed: 0...3000min-1
  • Voltage: 0...20VDC
  • Current: 0...35A

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