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A Novel Wind Energy Conversion System with Storage for Spillage Recovery

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This paper proposes a new system configuration for integrating a compressed air energy storage system with a conventional wind turbine. The proposed system recycles the mechanical spillage of blades and stores it for later electricity generation with assistance from a rotary vane machine. The configuration and operational policy is explained, and a comparative case study shows that the proposed system recovers investment costs through savings on electricity procurement and revenue through power export. 

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Cheng, J. and Choobineh, F. (2015) A Novel Wind Energy Conversion System with Storage for Spillage Recovery. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 3, 33-38. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2015.37006.

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