Control and operation of a DC Grid-Based Wind Power Generation System in Micro Grid IJTSRD
This article presents a Microgrid consisting of different wind power stations are connected to the distribution gird. The proposed microgrid allows flexible operation of multiple parallel connected wind generators by eliminating the need for voltage and frequency synchronization. The control design for distributed generation inverters employs new model predictive control algorithm, which enables faster computational time for large power systems by optimizing the steady state and transient control problems separately. The integration of renewable sources can supplement in their generation and might compromise the reliability and stability of distribution network. As a result, energy storage devices such as batteries and ultra capacitors are required to compensate for the variability in the renewable sources. The incorporation of energy storage devices is also critical for managing peak demands and variation in load demand. In this project, micro gird consisting of multiple parallel connected wind generators and lithium ion batteries are proposed. The proposed controller for distributed generation inverter is based on newly developed model predictive control algorithm, which decomposes the control problem into steady state and transient sub problems in order to reduce the overall computation time.
by Mr. R. S. Vyavahare | Prof A. Shravan Kumar “Control and Operation of a DC Grid-Based Wind Power Generation System in Micro Grid”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019,
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