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Modelling, control and sensorless speed estimation of micro-wind turbines for deployment in Antarctica
IET Renewable Power Generation
This paper presents the modelling, control and sensorless speed estimation of two micro-wind turbines deployed by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) in Antarctica. Mathematical models for the generators attached to an Ampair 100 and Rutland 913 wind turbines and their experimental validation are given. Also, a model for the wind turbines, particularly taking into account the power coefficient C p versus tip speed ratio λ relationship was proposed and successfully evaluated on a wind turbinedoi:10.1049/iet-rpg.2016.0528 fatcat:jri6jfv4zzdtjabb2to27epegy