Torbjorn Thiringer focuses on Control theory, Wind power, Turbine, AC power and Grid. The study incorporates disciplines such as Power electronics and Voltage in addition to Control theory. His Wind power study is concerned with the larger field of Electrical engineering.
His work deals with themes such as Reliability engineering, Economic forecasting and Variable speed wind turbine, which intersect with AC power. His research integrates issues of Automatic frequency control, Transient and Inertial response in his study of Variable speed wind turbine. As a part of the same scientific study, Torbjorn Thiringer usually deals with the Wind speed, concentrating on Marine engineering and frequently concerns with Control engineering, Power system simulation, Drivetrain and Aerodynamics.
Torbjorn Thiringer mainly investigates Electrical engineering, Control theory, Wind power, Voltage and Automotive engineering. In his study, Harmonic is inextricably linked to Harmonics, which falls within the broad field of Control theory. His research in Wind power intersects with topics in Electric power system, Variable speed wind turbine, Turbine, Grid and AC power.
His research links Wind speed with Turbine. His Grid study incorporates themes from Marine engineering and Flicker. His work in Automotive engineering addresses subjects such as Battery, which are connected to disciplines such as H bridge.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inverter, Automotive engineering, Battery, Finite element method and Voltage. His Inverter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pulse-width modulation, Power module, Control theory and MOSFET. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Waveform, Harmonics and Propulsion.
Torbjorn Thiringer interconnects Electric vehicle, Driving cycle, Torque and Insulated-gate bipolar transistor in the investigation of issues within Automotive engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Offshore wind power and Wind power. His research in Transformer tackles topics such as Converters which are related to areas like Turbine.
His primary scientific interests are in Inverter, Automotive engineering, Battery, Voltage and Finite element method. In Inverter, Torbjorn Thiringer works on issues like EMI, which are connected to Transformer. The concepts of his Automotive engineering study are interwoven with issues in Electric vehicle and Magnetic reluctance.
Torbjorn Thiringer has included themes like Core, Mechanical engineering, Stator, Convergence and Torque in his Finite element method study. His Operating point study contributes to a more complete understanding of Control theory. His Control theory study incorporates themes from Optimization problem and Harmonics.
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Temporary Primary Frequency Control Support by Variable Speed Wind Turbines— Potential and Applications
N.R. Ullah;T. Thiringer;D. Karlsson.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2008)
Modeling of wind turbines for power system studies
Tomas Petru;Torbjorn Thiringer.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2002)
Evaluation of current control methods for wind turbines using doubly-fed induction machines
A. Petersson;L. Harnefors;T. Thiringer.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2005)
Control by variable rotor speed of a fixed-pitch wind turbine operating in a wide speed range
T. Thiringer;J. Linders.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (1993)
Wind Farms as Reactive Power Ancillary Service Providers—Technical and Economic Issues
N.R. Ullah;K. Bhattacharya;T. Thiringer.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2009)
Modeling and experimental verification of grid interaction of a DFIG wind turbine
A. Petersson;T. Thiringer;L. Harnefors;T. Petru.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2005)
Performance Analysis of Current BEVs Based on a Comprehensive Review of Specifications
Emma Arfa Grunditz;Torbjorn Thiringer.
ieee transactions on transportation electrification (2016)
Voltage and Transient Stability Support by Wind Farms Complying With the E.ON Netz Grid Code
N.R. Ullah;T. Thiringer;D. Karlsson.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Variable Speed Wind Turbines for Power System Stability Enhancement
N.R. Ullah;T. Thiringer.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2007)
Power quality measurements performed on a low-voltage grid equipped with two wind turbines
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (1996)
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