A Dual Inverter Based Direct Integration Scheme For Mitigating Small-Period Power ﬂuctuations In Wind Power Systems
The direct integration of energy storage devices has a quantity of advantages such as reduction in power losses,
cost, and complexity. This dissertation for that reason presents a direct integration design used designed for super capacitors
used in mitigating small-period power ﬂuctuations in wind power systems. This design uses a dual inverter topology for both
grid connection and interfacing a super capacitor bank. The major inverter of the dual inverter system is powered by the
rectiﬁed output of a wind turbine-coupled permanent-magnet synchronous generator. The secondary inverter is directly
connected to the super capacitor bank.