Название: Microgrids : Modeling, Control, and Applications Автор: Josep M. Guerrero, Ritu Kandari Издательство: Academic Press/Elsevier Год: 2022 Страниц: 270 Язык: английский Формат: pdf (true) Размер: 10.2 MB
Microgrids: Modeling, Control, and Applications presents a systematic elaboration of different types of microgrids, with a particular focus on new trends and applications. The book includes sections on AC, DC and hybrid AC/DC microgrids and reflects state-of-the-art developments, covering theory, algorithms, simulations, error and uncertainty analysis, as well as novel applications of new control techniques. Offering a valuable resource for students and researchers working on the integration of renewable energy with existing grid and control of microgrids, this book combines recent advances and ongoing research into a single informative resource.
With an exponential rise in the demand of electrical energy, a huge change in the utilization of energy is observed. To fulfill the growth and cutoff the dependency on fossil fuels and aged power transportation networks, numerous renewable energy resources, including and not limited to—solar photovoltaics (PV), wind energy, and fuel cells (FCs) are explored along with the evolution of various techniques, including—geographically distributed (and interfaced) energy resources, power electronic converter(s) (PECs), and energy storage systems (ESSs). The proficiency in the researched techniques paved the path for the operation of a new entity which came to be known as microgrid.
Several engineers and researchers along with institutions have proffered varied definitions for the term “microgrid.” For example, the definition accepted by the International Electro-Technical Commission as proposed by Advance Grid Research at US Department of Energy for the microgrid is, “A microgrid is a group of interconnected loads and distributed energy resources within clearly defined electrical boundaries that acts as a single controllable entity with respect to the grid. It can connect and disconnect from the grid to enable it to operate in grid-connected or island-mode.”
Generally, microgrid is the composition of distributed generation (DG), loads, ESS, PECs, and control devices; but the basis of microgrid is distributed resource (DR) that is the summation of DGs and ESS, that is, DR 5 DG 1 ESS. DGs refer to small-scale power system that may be independent of the large electrical grid and are primarily located on the consumer side to meet their demands, whereas ESS stores energy in batteries, flywheel, regenerative FC, and other devices. The DG and DR technologies are subset of distributed energy resources (DER) that is defined as the generation or production of electricity or heat on the load (or demand) end for local application.
The book highlights recent findings while also analyzing modelling and control, thus making it a solid reference for researchers as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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