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Fault Direction Estimation for DFIG Integrated Distribution System

@inproceedings{Emandi2015FaultDE,
  title={Fault Direction Estimation for DFIG Integrated Distribution System},
  author={Adela Chirita Emandi},
  year={2015}
}
In Recent years, Distributed energy sources such as wind generators, PV generators, fuel cells have become more attractive to integrate in power system at distribution level because of environmental issues and to replace the fossil fuels which are decreasing day by day. The distributed generation is expected to play a major role in future power systems. The solar and wind energy forms are the two main formsof the renewable energy resources. But, the presence of renewable energy resources will… 

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