Ultimate Wind Energy Course for Electrical Engineering

Learn the Fundamentals of Wind Energy Systems With Step By Step Examples Without Any Previous Knowledge
Ultimate Wind Energy Course for Electrical Engineering
File Size :
4.30 GB
Total length :
11h 13m

Instructor

Ahmed Mahdy / Khadija Academy

Language

Last update

Last updated 4/2022

Ratings

4.6/5

Ultimate Wind Energy Course for Electrical Engineering

What you’ll learn

Types of wind turbines
Rotor solidity and selection of number of rotor blades
Power extracted by the turbine from the wind
Betz limit and maximum rotor efficiency
Factors affecting wind speed and density
Applied force on the wind turbine, torque coefficient, and the importance of the TSR
Wind turbine generator characteristics
Effect of rotor diameter and generator size on power
Wind turbines spacing
Wind farm feasibility study
Weibull and Rayleigh probability density functions
Determination of Weibull parameters
Determination of Weibull parameters using the graphical method
Aerodynamics of wind turbines
Pitch-controlled wind turbines
Passive stall controlled wind turbines
Active stall controlled wind turbines
Maximum power point tracking in wind turbines
Tip speed ratio (TSR) control
Optimal torque control (OT) MPPT algorithm
Power signal feedback (PSF) control
Perturbation and observation (P&O) or hill-climb searching (HCS)
Electricity generation using wind turbines
Permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG)
Wound rotor synchronous generator (WRSG)
Doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG)
Brushless permanent magnet DC generator (PMDC)
Squirrel-cage induction generator
Wound rotor induction generator
Tubular steel wind turbine tower
Lattice wind turbine tower
Concrete wind turbine tower
Hybrid wind turbine tower
Brakes in the wind turbine
Rotor brakes in the wind turbine
Pitch drive or aerodynamic brakes in the wind turbine
Simulation of a wind turbine system using the ETAP program
MATLAB simulation of the wind turbine
Cp plotting and lookup table in MATLAB
MPPT in MATLAB Simulink

Ultimate Wind Energy Course for Electrical Engineering

Requirements

No prior knowledge except basics of electric circuits

Description

“Ultimate Wind Energy Course for Electrical Engineering”The only course out there with everything you need to know about Wind Energy from A to ZThroughout the course, you will learn:Types of wind turbines.Rotor solidity and selection of the number of rotor blades.Gearbox in wind turbines.The power extracted by the turbine from the wind.Betz limit and maximum rotor efficiency.Factors affecting wind speed and density.Applied force on the wind turbine, torque coefficient, and the importance of the TSR.Wind turbine generator characteristics.Effect of the rotor diameter and generator size on power.Wind turbines spacing.Wind farm feasibility study.Weibull and Rayleigh probability density functions.Determination of Weibull parameters.Determination of Weibull parameters using the graphical method.Aerodynamics of wind turbines.Pitch-controlled wind turbines.Passive stall controlled wind turbines.Active stall controlled wind turbines.Maximum power point tracking in wind turbines.Tip speed ratio (TSR) control.Optimal torque control (OT) MPPT algorithm.Power signal feedback (PSF) control.Perturbation and observation (P&O) or hill-climb searching (HCS).Electricity generation using wind turbines.Permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG).Wound rotor synchronous generator (WRSG).Doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG).Brushless permanent magnet DC generator (PMDC).Squirrel-cage induction generator.Wound rotor induction generator.Tubular steel wind turbine tower.Lattice wind turbine tower.Concrete wind turbine tower.Hybrid wind turbine tower.Brakes in the wind turbine.Rotor brakes in the wind turbine.Pitch drive or aerodynamic brakes in the wind turbine.Simulation of a wind turbine system using the ETAP program.MATLAB simulation of the wind turbine.Cp plotting and lookup table in MATLAB.MPPT in MATLAB Simulink.After Taking This Course, You Will Be Able ToUnderstand everything about wind energy systems, such as the basic components, factors affecting the wind generation, the different probability distribution functions used to represent wind data, and wind feasibility study.Understand different control systems used in the wind turbine and the types of electrical generators utilized.You will be able to simulate the wind turbine system in both ETAP and MATLAB programs.Take this course if you’ve been looking for ONE COURSE with in-depth insight into Wind Energy.

Overview

Section 1: Basics of Wind Turbine

Lecture 1 Introduction to Wind Energy

Lecture 2 Selection of Type of Wind Turbine

Lecture 3 Rotor Solidity and Selection of Number of Rotor Blades

Lecture 4 Gearbox in Wind Turbines

Lecture 5 Power Available in the Wind Spectra

Lecture 6 Power Extracted by the Wind Turbine

Lecture 7 Betz Limit and Maximum Rotor Efficiency

Lecture 8 Factors Affecting Wind Speed and Density – Height of Tower

Lecture 9 Factors Affecting Air Density

Lecture 10 Example 1

Lecture 11 Example 2

Lecture 12 Applied Force on Wind Turbine, Torque Coefficient and the Importance of the TSR

Lecture 13 Example 3

Lecture 14 Wind Turbine Generator Characteristics

Lecture 15 Example 4

Lecture 16 Effect of Rotor Diameter and Generator Size on Power

Lecture 17 Wind Turbines Spacing

Section 2: Wind Feasibility Study and Probability Distribution Functions

Lecture 18 Wind Farm Feasibility Study

Lecture 19 Important Statistical Definitions

Lecture 20 Example 5

Lecture 21 Example 6

Lecture 22 Method of Bins

Lecture 23 Weibull and Rayleigh Probability Density Functions

Lecture 24 Determination of Weibull Parameters

Lecture 25 Important Note on Weibull Distribution

Lecture 26 Example 7

Lecture 27 Determination of Weibull Parameters Using Graphical Method

Lecture 28 Example 8

Lecture 29 Example 9

Lecture 30 Quick Note on Weibull Example

Section 3: Power Control of Wind Turbines

Lecture 31 Power Control of Wind Turbines

Lecture 32 Aerodynamics of Wind Turbines

Lecture 33 Pitch Controlled Wind Turbines

Lecture 34 Passive Stall Controlled Wind Turbines

Lecture 35 Active Stall Controlled Wind Turbines

Section 4: Maximum Power Point Tracking Wind Turbines (MPPT)

Lecture 36 Introduction to Maximum Power Point Tracking Wind Turbines (MPPT)

Lecture 37 Tip Speed Ratio (TSR) Control

Lecture 38 Optimal Torque Control (OT) MPPT Algorithm

Lecture 39 Power Signal Feedback (PSF) Control

Lecture 40 Perturbation and Observation (P&O) or Hill-Climb Searching (HCS)

Section 5: Types of Wind Electrical Generators

Lecture 41 Electricity Generation Using Wind Turbines

Lecture 42 Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (PMSG)

Lecture 43 Wound Rotor Synchronous Generator (WRSG)

Lecture 44 Doubly-Fed Induction Generator (DFIG)

Lecture 45 Brushless Permanent Magnet DC Generator (PMDC)

Lecture 46 Squirrel-Cage Induction Generator

Lecture 47 Wound Rotor Induction Generator

Section 6: Different Types of Towers

Lecture 48 Introduction to Different Types of Towers

Lecture 49 Tubular Steel Wind Turbine Tower

Lecture 50 Lattice Wind Turbine Tower

Lecture 51 Concrete Wind Turbine Tower

Lecture 52 Hybrid Wind Turbine Tower

Section 7: Braking System in Wind Turbine

Lecture 53 Introduction to Brakes in Wind Turbine

Lecture 54 Rotor Brakes in Wind Turbine

Lecture 55 Pitch Drive or Aerodynamic Brakes in Wind Turbine

Section 8: ETAP Simulation for a Wind Energy System

Lecture 56 Simulation of a Wind Turbine System Using ETAP Program

Section 9: MATLAB Simulation for a Wind Energy System

Lecture 57 Introduction to MATLAB Simulation of Wind Turbine

Lecture 58 Introduction to Cp Model and Lookup Table in MATLAB Simulink

Lecture 59 Cp Plotting in MATLAB Simulink

Lecture 60 Cp Lookup Table in MATLAB Simulink

Lecture 61 Modeling and Simulation of Wind Turbine Part 1

Lecture 62 Modeling and Simulation of Wind Turbine Part 2

Lecture 63 Introduction to MPPT in MATLAB Simulink

Lecture 64 MPPT Simulation in MATLAB Simulink

Section 10: Bonus Lecture

Lecture 65 Course Files

Lecture 66 Bonus Lecture

Wind enthusiasts,Electrical power engineers,Electrical students,Anyone who wants to get knowledge about wind energy systems,Complete beginners with zero wind experience

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 11h 13m | 4.30 GB
Created by: Ahmed Mahdy / Khadija Academy

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