Wind turbine is an electrical equipment that converts wind energy into mechanical work, which drives the rotor to rotate and finally outputs AC. Wind turbines are generally composed of wind turbines, generators (including devices), direction regulators (tail wings), towers, speed limiting safety mechanisms, energy storage devices and other components.
The working principle of the wind turbine is relatively simple. The wind wheel rotates under the action of the wind. It converts the kinetic energy of the wind into the mechanical energy of the wind axle. The generator rotates to generate electricity driven by the wind axle. Broadly speaking, wind energy is also solar energy, so it can also be said that wind turbine is a thermal energy utilization generator with the sun as the heat source and the atmosphere as the working medium.
Working principle of wind turbine generator:
The principle of wind power generation is to use the wind to drive the wind turbine blades to rotate, and then increase the rotation speed through the booster engine to promote the generator to generate electricity. According to the current wind turbine technology, power generation can be started at a breeze speed of about three meters per second (the degree of breeze).