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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 13 2021 | None
DESIGN AND CONTROL OF MICROGRID POWERED BY RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES: A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTION
Mr.PADAKANTI BALAKISHAN, BURRA ASHRUTHA, MOHAMMED ABDUL ALEEM
Pages: 3408-3414
Abstract
This study demonstrates how a half-breed sustainable age system can function in a distant environment. It relies on solar and wind power. To harness wind energy, a double induction generator (DFIG) with maximum power point tracking technology (MPPT) is employed. Solar energy is converted into electricity by a solar photovoltaic (PV) system that resembles glass and is placed in direct sunlight. It is operated by the DFIG standard DC transit. The DC assist converter uses solar energy and MPPT algorithms to separate the sun's brightest rays. A battery bank connects to the DFIG's standard DC transport and facilitates energy sharing. The technology is designed to work in a variety of real-world scenarios and perform tasks that are fully unique to each individual. The structure employs the same approach for external power sources used to charge the batteries. The load side converter controls the voltage, repeat, and suspend characteristics using a modified underhanded vector control. It adjusts the repetition set point based on how much battery power is remaining. The structure is depicted in the MATLAB Sim-Power System device reserve, and its behavior is replicated under various conditions, such as when there is no solar or wind energy and irregular and nonlinear weights are employed.
Keywords
Renewable energy sources, solar power generation, wind power, Hybrid system, MPPT Controller, micro grid.
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