Morten H. Hansen

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(max. 2000 char.): The three different controller designs presented herein are similar and all based on PI-regulation of rotor speed and power through the collective blade pitch angle and generator moment. The aeroelastic and electrical modelling used for the time-domain analysis of these controllers are however different, which makes a directly(More)
This paper discusses the implications of formulating a single control law governing the entire wind speed range of operation for a wind turbine. Furthermore, the knowledge of future wind speeds provided by e.g. LIDARs is included in the controller framework. This is possible as the presented controller is based on nonlinear model predictive control and(More)
— Linear aeroelastic models used for stability analysis of wind turbines are commonly of very high order. These high-order models are generally not suitable for control analysis and synthesis. This paper presents a methodology to obtain a reduced-order linear parameter varying (LPV) model from a set of high-order linear time invariant (LTI) models. Firstly,(More)
*) The author wishes to thank Danish Cancer Foundation for a grant that made the data collection for this study possible and for active assistance and sparring in the process. Abstract Consumers' reactions from being exposed to sponsorships has primarily been measured and documented applying cognitive information processing models to the phenomenon. In the(More)
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