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Electric resonance-rectifier circuit for renewable energy conversion
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Variable speed generators are used more frequently for converting the energy from renewable energy sources to electric energy. The power production form a variable speed generator is dependent on the electrical damping of the generator. In this paper, a resonance circuit connected to a direct driven linear generator used for waveenergy utilization is investigated. At resonance, the electrical damping in the generator increases which results in an increased power production. The results show that resonance can be achieved with the suggested circuit.
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