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Wind energy has proven to be one of the most viable sources of renewable energy. In this sense, although wind power generation systems have evolved considerably in size, capacity and design, it has not been possible to build an ideal system, due to the behaviour of the wind, which varies temporarily, being something uncontrollable that depends of its direction and affects the efficiency of a wind system. Specifically, this paper focuses on making a first literature review that identifies thedoi:10.1051/matecconf/201929305003 fatcat:mx6trwczybdazj5quvsoxbd4ku