Development of a Model Wind and Solar Power Installation Comprising High-Temperature Superconductors

L. I. Chubraeva, V. F. Shyshlakov, M. A. Turubanov, S. S. Tymofeyev, D. A. Volkov


The investigation of main performance properties of the hybrid wind and solar power installation with application superconductive elements was carried out. In the frames of the study, both mathematical simulations and experimental testing were performed. The study shows some difficulties to be solved during mutual operation of the various high-temperature superconductivity (HTSC) devices, especially if they operate with semi-conductive systems.


Hybrid wind; Solar power installation; High-temperature superconductivity (HTSC); Renewable energy; Simulation; SMES; Fault current limiter; Physical modeling

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