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|Title:||Renewable energy resource self-intervention control technique using Simulink/Stateflow modeling|
|Keywords:||Complementary system;Self-intervention control;Simulink/Stateflow design;Solar photovoltaic;Wind energy|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 50th Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC 2015), Stoke on Trent, UK, (1- 4 September 2015)|
|Abstract:||Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary Systems are gaining popularity as electricity power generation system. The Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary Systems introductory was to overcome the intermittency during the energy harvesting process. Therefore, solar photovoltaic and wind turbine generator has been seen as one of the most promising Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System to overcome the intermittency compare to a typical Hybrid Renewable Energy System. The integration of solar photovoltaic and wind turbine generator as Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System can play an important role to reduce the dependency on the fossil fuel for electricity power generation and are seen as a solution to improve the shortage of electricity due to increasing demand. Thus, the advantages of Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary Systems have gained attention from many researchers around the world. Research to improve the complexity complementary system performance is necessary to achieve well design control and autonomous system operation and systematic energy management in the system. With that, this paper presents a new voltage-divider balancing switching technique to control the self-intervention switching for the Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System. The self-intervention control strategy of the Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System is coordinated using the Simulink/Stateflow process. The Simulink/Stateflow modelling performs under different preset conditions which are based on the analogue voltage reading from the input of the Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System resources. Simulation results demonstrate the validity of the proposed research to control the self-intervention of the Hybrid Renewable Energy Complementary System under the preset conditions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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