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Runkle Mark Andrew, Ardley Glenn Henry, Mclaren Donald Gordon, Larsen Einar Vaugh, Weeber Konrad: Asynchronous conversion method and apparatus for use with variable speed turbine hydroelectric generation. Gen Electric, October 23, 1996: EP0739087-A2 (48 worldwide citation)

A hydroelectric power generation system (20) generates electrical power for an electrical utilization system (72). A controller (42) obtains a requested output electrical power level from a hydro-turbine unit (70) by using a signal indicative of water head (hmeas) to control speed of an asynchrcnous ...


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Runkle Mark Andrew, Mclaren Donald Gordon, Ardley Glenn Henry, Larsen Einar Vaugh, Weeber Konrad: Asynchronous conversion method and apparatus for use with variable speed turbine hydroelectric generation. Gen Electric, October 15, 1997: EP0800616-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A hydroelectric power generation system (20) generates electrical power for an electrical utilization system (72). A controller (42) obtains a requested output electrical power level from a hydro-turbine unit (70) by using a signal indicative of water head (hmeas) to control speed of an asynchronous ...


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Runkle Mark Andrew, Mclaren Donald Gordon, Ardley Glenn Henry, Larsen Einar Vaugh, Weeber Konrad: Systeme de generation denergie hydroelectrique et interface pour transmettre cette energie a un reseau utilisateur. Gen Electric, May 7, 1998: FR2755547-A1

A hydroelectric power generation system (20) generates electrical power for an electrical utilization system (72). A controller (42) obtains a requested output electrical power level from a hydro-turbine unit (70) by using a signal indicative of water head (hmeas) to control speed of an asynchronous ...


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Runkle Mark Andrew, Mclaren Donald Gordon, Ardley Glenn Henry, Larsen Einar Vaugh, Weeber Konrad: Asynchronous conversion method and apparatus for use with variable speed turbine hydroelectric generation. General Electric Company, STECKLER Henry I, May 9, 1997: WO/1997/016627

A hydroelectric power generation system (20) generates electrical power for an electrical utilization system (72). A controller (42) obtains a requested output electrical power level from a hydro-turbine unit (70) by using a signal indicative of water head (h¿meas?) to control speed of an asynchrono ...



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