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Probabilistic evaluation of available power of a renewable generation system consisting of wind turbines and storage batteries: A Markov chain method
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2014-02-20
2015-07-29

Abstract

A major drawback of renewable power sources is their fluctuant characteristics. To overcome this drawback, a battery storage system is the prevalent way to smooth the fluctuation of renewable power sources. It is a critical problem whether such a smooth can lead to a constant output power for a renewable generator consisting of renewable power source and the associated battery storage system. This paper provides a probabilistic answer for this problem by making use of Markov Chain method. The obtained results are analytic and their efficacy is verified by a comparison with that the Monte Carlo simulation technique.

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Scitation: Probabilistic evaluation of available power of a renewable generation system consisting of wind turbines and storage batteries: A Markov chain method
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