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The paper aims to discuss the power supply and heat supply system of wind turbine, promote the development of wind energy in heat recycling, and expand the application of renewable energy resources in replacing fossil energy. Starting from the construction of wind power heat storage system model, first, molten salt was selected as the fluid heat storage material. Based on the realization process of two-pot molten salt electrothermal transformation, the model of two-pot molten salt heat storage (MSHS) system was established. Second, based on the model of heat storage system, the high temperature MSHS wind power heating system was simulated by using the numerical simulation analysis method. The results showed that the simulation results of the thermal storage system model were highly consistent with the actual results, and the model was accurate and reliable, which was suitable for the simulation analysis of the thermal storage system. After a day of operation, the utilization rate of wind energy of the MSHS wind power heating system could reach more than 94%. The combination of the MSHS wind power system and regional heating had obvious effect on absorbing wind power, saving resources, and solving the problems of wind curtailment. In the MSHS wind power supply heating system, the configuration of MSHS significantly improved the utilization ratio of wind energy in the wind power generation system, even up to 100% at maximum. To sum up, the configuration of MSHS can absorb most of the wind energy generated on that day, thus improving the energy utilization ratio of the wind power generation system.
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