Dynamic modeling and operation strategy for a microgrid with wind and photovoltaic resources

Title
Dynamic modeling and operation strategy for a microgrid with wind and photovoltaic resources
Author(s)
배성우Alexis Kwasinski[Alexis Kwasinski]
Keywords
Direct-driven; Hybrid power systems; Load power; Micro grid; Modeling and control; Multiple inputs; Operation strategy; Permanent magnet synchronous; Photovoltaic; Photovoltaic power systems; Power conversion; Power system modeling; Renewable energy source; Residential areas; Solar irradiances; Variable speed control; Wind generator systems; Wind speed; DC-DC converters; Electric power generation; Wind power; Solar power generation
Issue Date
201212
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, v.3, no.4, pp.1867 - 1876
Abstract
This paper presents a dynamic modeling and control strategy for a sustainable microgrid primarily powered by wind and solar energy. A current-source-interface multiple-input dc-dc converter is used to integrate the renewable energy sources to the main dc bus. Potential suitable applications range from a communication site or a residential area. A direct-driven permanent magnet synchronous wind generator is used with a variable speed control method whose strategy is to capture the maximum wind energy below the rated wind speed. This study considers both wind energy and solar irradiance changes in combination with load power variations. As a case study a 30-kW wind/solar hybrid power system dynamic model is explored. The examined dynamics shows that the proposed power system is a feasible option for a sustainable microgrid application. ? 2010-2012 IEEE.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/26669http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TSG.2012.2198498
ISSN
1949-3053
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