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000000169 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2008-131
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000000169 100__ $$aJanik, P$$uWroclaw University of Technology
000000169 245__ $$aAspects of Fast Fourier Transform Application for Analysis of Electrical Systems with Wind Generation
000000169 260__ $$c2008-04-06
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000000169 500__ $$aProceedings of the 7th Int. Conference EEEIC 2008, Cottbus, 5-11.05.2008, pp. 29-30
000000169 520__ $$aOne of the most powerful tools in spectral analysis is the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). Since the sixties it has been successfully installed in many electrical engineering applications. Nowadays, the engineer needs to press a button to get results. Nevertheless, meaningful analysis of measurements requires in-depth knowledge of the FFT algorithms. Sometimes the engineer would be forced to use other spectral analysis tools, e.g. Prony method to obtain satisfactory results. The paper is concerned with educational aspects of FFT. The engineer in spe should be aware of the features and restrictions imposed on FFT and if needed refer to other spectral analysis methods.
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000000169 6531_ $$aFourier anaysis
000000169 6531_ $$awind power
000000169 8560_ $$fzbigniew.leonowicz@pwr.wroc.pl
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