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twin-fed asynchronous generators

Synonyms: double-fed induction generators

reegle definition:

Signifies an electricity generation system that is mostly found in wind turbines. It is based on an induction generator. This system can withstand voltage disturbances as well as remain is sync with the grid irrespective of rotor revolutions.

A twin-fed asynchronous generator is an asynchronous generator designed as slip-ring induction motor with a frequency converter to control engine speed and reactive power.

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