Research on Collaborative Operation System of Wind Power and Electric Vehicle

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With the increasing of wind power capacity, the peak regulation has become a bottleneck in wind power consumption. This paper introduces electric vehicle as a distributed energy storage device. Based on the probabilistic model, it puts forward equivalent quantity model of electric vehicle charging. It uses the quantitative relationship to represent power. Hence the collaborative operation with wind power is realized. The simulation result shows that the relationship between electric vehicle’s equivalent number and wind power can be described by this model. It also analyzes the feasibility of wind power consumption by electric vehicle.

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Huawu Liu, Yongxin Yang, Shijie Shen, Zhili Zhong, Laijiu Zheng and Peng Feng

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1016-1019

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L. Cheng et al., "Research on Collaborative Operation System of Wind Power and Electric Vehicle", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 268-270, pp. 1016-1019, 2013

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December 2012

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