The wind power industry is developing rapidly with many new technologies frequently being designed and implemented. Also, new problems are revealed due to the many different wind power systems in the electrical grid. Some of the future wind installations will be very large offshore wind farms that will act as power plants and support the electrical grid in terms of stability, power balance with services like frequency support, reactive power, etc.
In the future, it is expected that many small wind turbines will be installed, perhaps as plug and play units at the household level. These wind turbines could be both vertical and horizontal axis turbines. This will create many new challenges for wind power engineers. With the specialisation in Wind Power Systems you are taught how to handle issues such as these.
The specialisation in Wind Power Systems focuses on the electrical aspects of wind power systems, ensuring a thorough knowledge of areas such as generators, power electronics, control engineering and power system technology related to wind power applications.
APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Admission to the MSc programme in Wind Power Systems presupposes a BSc degree in Electrical Energy Engineering, Power Systems or similar.
Please make sure to upload your application form and further documentation by the required deadline.
For further information regarding deadlines and requirements please see the website How to apply to Aalborg University.
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