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Statistical Data Processing during Wind Generators Operation

Maksym Zaliskyi 1, Yuliia Petrova 1, Marlen Asanov 2, and Eskender Bekirov 2
1. National Aviation University, Aviation Radioelectronic Complexes Department, Kyiv, Ukraine
2. V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Electrical Energy and Electrical Engineering Department, Simferopol, Ukraine

Abstract—The article deals with the problem of data processing in wind turbines operation systems. The current status of wind power was analyzed, particularly the prospect of using wind turbines both onshore and offshore for generating electricity in the Black Sea region. Main attention was paid to actual statistical data processing received during the operation of wind turbines. Statistical model of times between failures and times to repairs was analyzed. This analysis made it possible to calculate the probability density function of availability. In addition, mathematical models that specify statistical data on q-q plot were made, which can be used for solving the forecasting problems.
Index Terms—operation system, statistical data processing, mean time between failures, q-q plot

Cite: Maksym Zaliskyi, Yuliia Petrova, Maksym Zaliskyi, and Yuliia Petrova, "Statistical Data Processing during Wind Generators Operation," International Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering & Telecommunications, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 33-38, January 2019. Doi: 10.18178/ijeetc.8.1.33-38