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  1. RealInfo

    RealInfo Guest

    Hi all

    How exactly 2 or more wind generators in a wind generators plant are combined so they will charge a common battery stock ?

    I mean how electrically they are connected/combined , since they are asynchronous in frequency and in voltage output ?

  2. Uwe Hercksen

    Uwe Hercksen Guest


    there are also large wind generators connected directly to the power
    grid, they must be synchronous in frequency and in voltage output. But
    sometimes they use an electronic AC to DC to AC converter between the
    generator and the grid. The generator may run with its own frequency
    different to the net frequency.

  3. Guest

    Each floating generator followed by an ordinary 6 pulse rectifiers in
    parallel, can feed a common DC load.
    The other alternative is that you create a private 50/60/400/whatever
    Hz AC network and then rectify that network for battery charging (much
    more demanding)
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