Microgrids and Methods of Analysis

Microgrids and Methods of Analysis
Author: Gevork B. Gharehpetian,Hamid Reza Baghaee,Masoud M. Shabestary
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 350
Release: 2021-07-14
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780128165850

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The increasing penetration of distributed energy resource (DER), distributed generation (DG) and energy storage system (ESS) units in distribution grids leads to the emergence of the concepts of active distribution networks (ADNs), microgrids, and virtual power plants. Nowadays, the use of electronically-coupled distributed energy resources is of great interest that can provide the power of demand side alone or in a small electricity grid. A microgrid is a small-scale power grid in low voltage network that must be able to locally solve energy issues and enhance the flexibility and can operate either in grid-connected or islanded/autonomous mode of operation. To study them, researchers need an appropriate set of methods, software tools, analogous to those exist for large interconnected power systems.The book Microgrids and Methods of Analysis addresses systematic analysis, control/protection systems design, and optimal operation of a distribution system under high penetration of DERs analogous to those that exist for large interconnected power systems. Provides professional guidlines for system planners Explores further research, development, and optimization of existing and new microgrids Addresses analytical methods used for microgrid analysis using advanced research

Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems and Microgrids

Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems and Microgrids
Author: Ersan Kabalci
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 529
Release: 2020-11-21
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780128232484

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Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems and Microgrids covers the modeling and analysis for each type of integrated and operational hybrid energy system. Looking at the fundamentals for conventional energy systems, decentralized generation systems, RES technologies and hybrid integration of RES power plants, the most important contribution this book makes is combining emerging energy systems that improve micro and smart grid systems and their components. Sections cover traditional system characteristics, features, challenges and benefits of hybrid energy systems over the conventional power grid, the deployment of emerging power electronic technologies, and up-to-date electronic devices and systems, including AC and DC waveforms. Conventional, emerging and hierarchical control methods and technologies applied in microgrid operations are covered to give researchers and practitioners the information needed to ensure reliability, resilience and flexibility of implemented hybrid energy systems. Presents detailed contents on emerging power networks provided by decentralized and distributed generation approaches Covers driving factors, photovoltaic based power plant modeling and planning studies Introduces hierarchical control methods and technologies applied in microgrid operations to ensure reliability, resilience and flexibility of hybrid energy systems

Microgrids

Microgrids
Author: Qobad Shafiee,Mobin Naderi,Hassan Bevrani
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 452
Release: 2024-01-04
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781119906209

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Microgrids Presents microgrid methodologies in modeling, stability, and control, supported by real-time simulations and experimental studies Microgrids: Dynamic Modeling, Stability and Control, provides comprehensive coverage of microgrid modeling, stability, and control, alongside new relevant perspectives and research outcomes, with vital information on several microgrid modeling methods, stability analysis methodologies and control synthesis approaches that are supported by real-time simulations and experimental studies for active learning in professionals and students alike. This book is divided into two parts: individual microgrids and interconnected microgrids. Both parts provide individual chapters on modeling, stability, and control, providing comprehensive information on the background, concepts, and architecture, supported by several examples and corresponding source codes/simulation files. Communication based control and cyber security of microgrids are addressed and new outcomes and advances in interconnected microgrids are discussed. Summarizing the outcome of more than 15 years of the authors’ teaching, research, and projects, Microgrids: Dynamic Modeling, Stability and Control covers specific sample topics such as: Microgrid dynamic modeling, covering microgrid components modeling, DC and AC microgrids modeling examples, reduced-order models, and model validation Microgrid stability analysis, covering stability analysis methods, islanded/grid connected/interconnected microgrid stability Microgrids control, covering hierarchical control structure, communication-based control, cyber-resilient control, advanced control theory applications, virtual inertia control and data-driven control Modeling, analysis of stability challenges, and emergency control of large-scale interconnected microgrids Synchronization stability of interconnected microgrids, covering control requirements of synchronous microgrids and inrush power analysis With comprehensive, complete, and accessible coverage of the subject, Microgrids: Dynamic Modeling, Stability and Control is the ideal reference for professionals (engineers, developers) and students working with power/smart grids, renewable energy, and power systems, to enable a more effective use of their microgrids or interconnected microgrids.

Transient Characteristics Modelling and Stability Analysis of Microgrid

Transient Characteristics  Modelling and Stability Analysis of Microgrid
Author: Zhikang Shuai
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 303
Release: 2020-10-31
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9789811584039

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The book focuses on the transient modelling, stability analysis and control of power electronic systems, since these systems face severe safe operation problems the during transient period. It discusses both theoretical analysis and practical applications, highlighting the transient characteristics of converters with different control strategies, and proposes transient modelling and model reduction methods. Furthermore, it classifies the transient stability problems of the system to help the readers gain an understanding of the basic theoretical methods for analysing the power electronic system, at the same time providing sufficient detail to enable engineers to design such systems. Comprehensively describing theoretical analyses, ranging from system modelling and stability analysis to transient control, the book is a valuable resource for researchers, engineers and graduate students in fields of transient modelling, stability analysis and control of power electronic systems.

Microgrid Architectures Control and Protection Methods

Microgrid Architectures  Control and Protection Methods
Author: Naser Mahdavi Tabatabaei,Ersan Kabalci,Nicu Bizon
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 781
Release: 2019-08-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783030237233

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This book presents intuitive explanations of the principles of microgrids, including their structure and operation and their applications. It also discusses the latest research on microgrid control and protection technologies and the essentials of microgrids as well as enhanced communication systems. The book provides solutions to microgrid operation and planning issues using various methodologies including planning and modelling; AC and DC hybrid microgrids; energy storage systems in microgrids; and optimal microgrid operational planning. Written by specialists, it is filled in innovative solutions and research related to microgrid operation, making it a valuable resource for those interested in developing updated approaches in electric power analysis, design and operational strategies. Thanks to its in-depth explanations and clear, three-part structure, it is useful for electrical engineering students, researchers and technicians.

Advanced Hierarchical Control and Stability Analysis of DC Microgrids

Advanced Hierarchical Control and Stability Analysis of DC Microgrids
Author: Andrei-Constantin Braitor
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 185
Release: 2022-02-20
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783030954154

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This book introduces several novel contributions into the current literature. Firstly, given that microgrid topologies are paramount in theoretical analysis, the author has proposed a rigorous method of computing the network’s admittance matrix and developed to facilitate the stability analysis of DC microgrids supplying nonlinear loads. This unique approach enabled the factorisation of the admittance matrix in a particular way that facilitates a rigorous theoretical analysis for deriving the stability conditions. Secondly, author has proposed a unified control structure at the primary control layer that maintains the widely accepted droop-based approaches and additionally ensures crucial current- and voltage-limiting properties, thus offering an inherent protection to distributed energy resources. He has formalised the control design proofs using Lyapunov methods and nonlinear ultimate boundedness theory, for both parallel and meshed microgrid configurations. Moreover, he has developed a distributed secondary controller using a diffusive coupling communication network, on top of the primary control, to achieve voltage restoration and improve the power sharing. In this way, the author has formulated the complete hierarchical control scheme. In this high-order nonlinear setting, he has analytically proven closed-loop system stability of the overall system, for the first time, using two-time scale approaches and singular perturbation theory, by formulating rigorous theorems that introduce straightforward conditions that guide the system and control design and demonstrate system stability at the desired equilibrium point. In addition, the author has provided a straightforward algorithm for simple testing of system stability and explored from a graphical perspective by giving an interpretation to the effect of the nonlinear load onto the system performance and stability.

Microgrid Protection and Control

Microgrid Protection and Control
Author: Dehua Zheng,Wei Zhang,Solomon Netsanet,Ping Wang,Girmaw Teshager Bitew,Dan Wei,Jun Yue
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 396
Release: 2021-06-23
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780128211960

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Microgrid Protection and Control is the result of numerous research works and publications by R&D engineers and scientists of the Microgrid and Energy Internet Research Centre. Through the authors long-routed experience in the microgrid and energy internet industry, this book looks at the sophisticated protection and control issues connected to the special nature of microgrid. The book explains the different ways of classifying types of microgrids and common misconceptions, looking at industrial and research trends along with the different technical issues and challenges faced with deploying microgrid in various settings. Forecasting short-term demand and renewable generation for optimal operation is covered with techniques for accurate enhancement supported with practical application examples. With chapters on dynamic, transient and tertiary control and experimental and simulation tests this reference is useful for all those working in the research, engineering and application of microgrids and power distribution systems. Contains practical examples to support the research and experimental results on microgrid protection and control Includes detailed theories and referential algorithms Provides innovative solutions to technical issues in protection and control of microgrids

Smart Microgrids

Smart Microgrids
Author: Shahab Bahrami,Ali Mohammadi
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 141
Release: 2019-01-17
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783030026561

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In this book the authors first provide a comprehensive survey on the available studies on control, management, and optimization strategies in AC and DC microgrids. The authors then provide the design of a laboratory-scale microgrid system. Finally, a real-world implementation of the deigned framework is provided. This book paves the way for researchers working on the smart microgrids spread over the fields of electrical engineering, power systems, and smart infrastructures. Furthermore, it provides the readers with a comprehensive insight to understand an in-depth big picture of smart microgrids as well as an all-inclusive framework for laboratory-scale implementation of a microgrid. It is suitable for senior undergraduate students, graduate students who are interested in research in areas related to future smart grids and microgrids, and the researchers working in the related areas. This book also can be used as a reference book for researchers who want to develop laboratories on smart microgrids for future research.