I am building this wind turbine project and the problem I am facing is the irregular winds that does not keep the inverters running continuously. I initially decided to solve this problem by employing batteries so that the battery can give continuous output to the inverter as the battery charges whenever the generator spins.
Then I came across Maxwell's Supercapacitor (https://www.maxwell.com/products/ultracapacitors/56v-modules) which is designed to provide power during dips, sags in the main power source. The product description is "Maxwell Technologies’ 56V series of ultracapacitor modules provide power during dips, sags in the main power source. In longer term outages, the modules provide transition/bridge power to a longer term back up source such as a motor-generator or fuel cell. For industrial applications, ultracapacitor modules provide power for graceful shutdown of process equipment." They are designed to fit in standard rack systems with up to 10KW (15 seconds) in 4U height.
I am completely new to these capacitors and I am wondering how to incorporate this into my system. Since it has a very fast discharge time should I use some electronics to control the discharge rate to match he input of the inverter?
Can anyone please explain how this works and how does this go into the wiring diagram?
Thanks in advance!