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Wind Speed Prediction with Wavelet Time Series Based on Lorenz DisturbanceZHANG, Y. , WANG, P. , CHENG, P. , LEI, S.
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ARMA model, Lorenz system, renewable energy, wavelet decomposition, wind speed prediction
wind(14), energy(10), speed(8), prediction(8), time(6), power(6), systems(5), series(5), forecasting(5), models(4)
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Date of Publication: 2017-08-31
Volume 17, Issue 3, Year 2017, On page(s): 107 - 114
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2017.03014
Web of Science Accession Number: 000410369500014
SCOPUS ID: 85030118150
Due to the sustainable and pollution-free characteristics, wind energy has been one of the fastest growing renewable energy sources. However, the intermittent and random fluctuation of wind speed presents many challenges for reliable wind power integration and normal operation of wind farm. Accurate wind speed prediction is the key to ensure the safe operation of power system and to develop wind energy resources. Therefore, this paper has presented a wavelet time series wind speed prediction model based on Lorenz disturbance. Therefore, in this paper, combined with the atmospheric dynamical system, a wavelet-time series improved wind speed prediction model based on Lorenz disturbance is proposed and the wind turbines of different climate types in Spain and China are used to simulate the disturbances of Lorenz equations with different initial values. The prediction results show that the improved model can effectively correct the preliminary prediction of wind speed, improving the prediction. In a word, the research work in this paper will be helpful to arrange the electric power dispatching plan and ensure the normal operation of the wind farm.
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