||The independently controllable dual output transmission system is composed of the steady-speed separate transmission system, two sets of generators, and a servo motor. This system consists of two input shafts and two output shafts, which are the first generator, the second generator, the rotor, and control shaft. To improve the unstable electricity output of a general wind turbine system, the servo motor as controller can control the speed of the first generator. It makes the electricity be controllable.|
In this study, we have been investigated kinematic and dynamic behaviors of a steady-speed separate transmission system, has also been derived the analog model of the independently controllable dual output transmission systems. Also, we made the small scale model to do the kinematic experiments which are included in speeds and torques. By comparing with experimental data and analyzing the physical characteristics, the reliability of the analog model has been confirmed. Changing the parameters can amplify the scale of the independently controllable dual output transmission systems. There’s able to simulate the MW unit transmission system for wind turbines. This analog model is not only able to observe the speed of each shaft and the power generations but able to get the best power generation efficiency by controlling the servo motor. Furthermore, we can obtain the transmission forces between each part, and the reaction forces of the supports. There has benefited to design the independently controllable dual output transmission systems for MW unit wind turbine systems.