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- This paper describes operational characteristics of wind turbine induction generators interconnected with distribution networks using PSCAD/EMTDC. Due to the simple and durable structure, induction generators are the most common type used in wind power generation. Generally, induction generators are classified into two groups according to the shape of rotor, one is squirrel-cage type and the other is wound-rotor type. In this study, we simulate the start-up and the output variation of generators interconnected with distribution networks and compare the operational characteristics of squirrel-cage type and wound-rotor type induction generators located in the unfaulted distribution lines about the disturbance occurred on the associated distribution feeders emanated from the substation to which wind turbine generator is connected. In order to obtain the realistic results, we use the radial distribution network of IEEE 13-bus model.