Dynamic Features of Speed Increasers from Mechatronic Wind and Hydro Systems. Part II: Dynamic Aspects
The paper main objectives are to extend the library of planetary increasers that can be used in wind and hydro systems [1–3] and to establish the dynamic properties of a speed increaser that are necessary in the controller design. The proposed increasers are derived from some representative speed reducers by flow power inversion. A comparative analysis of the structural, kinematical and dynamic specific features of the different types of planetary speed increasers was presented in the first part of the paper. The dynamic model of a speed increaser used in wind turbines is further developed in the second part of the paper.
KeywordsDynamic model Planetary speed increaser Renewable energy system
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