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Determining the Power and Capacity of Electricity Storage in Cooperation with the Microgrid for the Implementation of the Price Arbitration Strategy of Industrial Enterprises Installation

As a result of conventional fuel combustion, the limited capacity of the distribution grid, and the increasing number of unregulated installations based on renewable energy sources, increasing demand for control and monitoring end users is increasing globally. Any time zone of the day is supported by a battery power storage device that operates in an enterprise's internal microgrid. We can minimize the cost of high electricity tariffs during peak demand periods by utilizing a price arbitrage scheme with an electricity storage facility. In an organization, this research seeks to determine the most cost-effective way to install the capacity and electrical power of an energy storage system running in a microgrid.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15155614


Robust Output Feedback Control of the Voltage Source Inverter in an AC Microgrid

This paper presents the numerical schematic layout and control of the voltage source inverter connected to an alternating current microgrid. Through a sliding mode control scheme, the VSI used in this project was a six-switch three-phase PWM inverter whose output voltages were controlled in a synchronous reference frame. Increasing power-sharing among several inverters was made possible by determining power flow equations of the electrical network. The error was eventually limited in the case of the genuine PWM inverter and/or with a nonlinear load in the electrical network, according to the stability report.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15155586


A Game-Theoretic Approach of Optimized Operation of AC/DC Hybrid Microgrid Clusters

A general scheme and analysis scheme for investigating the optimized operation of AC/DC microgrid clusters using non-cooperative games is suggested to maximize the benefits of microgrid clusters. This paper is the first to establish the appropriate objective function of an AC/DC microgrid for economic operations. The convergence of the Nash equilibrium solution is also established, according to the established model's iterative search algorithm.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15155537


Load-Frequency Control in an Islanded Microgrid PV/WT/FC/ESS using an Optimal Self-Tuning Fractional-Order Fuzzy Controller

Abstract: The increased complexity and nonlinear nature of microgrid systems such as photovoltaic, wind-turbine fuel cell, and energy storage devices have posed a challenge to load-frequency control due to the increased complexity and nonlinear nature of these devices. A novel meta-heuristic whale algorithm has been used to optimally determine the input and output scale coefficients of the fuzzy controller and fractional orders of the fractional-order controller, enabling a more effective operation for the new controller. The comparison between the proposed controller's and that of the classic PID controller reveals the superiority of the optimized fractional-order self-tuning fuzzy controller in terms of operation characteristics, response speed, and reduction in frequency deviations due to load variations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-217353/v1


Practical spectral photography II: snapshot spectral imaging using linear retarders and microgrid polarization cameras

Despite recent advances, custom multispectral cameras can be difficult or costly to deploy in certain use situations. This paper explores a generalized technique for multispectral sensing using a pixelized polarization camera and anisotropic polymer film retarders to create multivariate optical filters. Experimental results for a multivariate and channeled optical filter are shown here. Imaging experiments revealed that the calculated spectra's root mean square error is the highest in the area where the camera's red, green, and blue filter responses overlap. Typical deviation of the spectral reflectance, measured on our spectral reflectance tiles, was 6. 5% for wavelengths spanning 425-675 nm.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1364/oe.453538


Enhancement of Solar PV Hosting Capacity in a Remote Industrial Microgrid: A Methodical Techno-Economic Approach

Remote industrial microgrids around the world are considering increasing renewable energy sources, especially solar PV systems, in order to achieve the zero-carbon electricity generation target as part of the sustainable development goals. To achieve the zero-carbon electricity production target, remote industrial microgrids worldwide are considering the uptake of increasing renewable energy sources, particularly solar PV systems. The maximum PV capacity suitable for the grid and the correct electrical location for PV placement are determined by a PV capacity evaluation, which includes the maximum PV capacity suitable for the grid and the appropriate electrical location for PV placement. This report recommends a novel technological-economic strategy for an off-grid rural microgrid to raise the PV hosting capacity by including battery energy storage considering grid disturbance and recovery scenarios. According to the report, combining 2. 5 MW of PV capacity and a 1. 2 MVA battery bank to offset existing diesel and grid consumption would result in an energy bill of BDT 14. 60 per kWh.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su14148921


Optimal Energy Management Scheme of Battery Supercapacitor-Based Bidirectional Converter for DC Microgrid Applications

It is very adaptable to energy age variances due to the spectacular front of renewable energy restorations in a DC Microgrid. The battery and supercapacitor make it a perfect match for HESS applications thanks to its two unique features. In comparison to effective power balancing between the battery and the SC, the wired controllers increased PV generation and load disturbance DC link voltage restoration. Using MATLAB Simulink, the traditional PI, proposed PI, and predictive PI control methods are easily verified. Low power experiments have been used to verify the operation of the predictive PI control device. In terms of setting time and maximum peak overshoot, the DC grid voltage profile demonstrated significant improvement when using the predictive PI control strategy in comparison to the updated and conventional PI control methods in terms of setting time and maximum peak overshoot.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/info13070350


Research on the Evaluation of Multi-Energy Microgrid under the Background of New Power System

Multi-energy microgrid is accelerating the development of new power systems in China as a key means to raise low-carbon energy transformation. The project 3's comprehensive benefit is the highest in the example study, which involves the comparison of the extensive benefits of the three programs. From Project 3's concrete configuration model, it can be concluded that the installation of a larger capacity thermal storage will result in the 'thermal decoupling' of cogeneration, increasing the demonstration area's adaptability, promoting the consumption of renewable energy, and receiving more extensive compensation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/5773336

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