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|Title:||Simulation of a new proposed voltage-base self-intervention technique with increment and decrement voltage conduction method to optimize the renewable energy sources DC output|
|Keywords:||Renewable energy sources;Solar photovoltaic;Wind energy;Voltage - base;Self - intervention|
|Citation:||2016 UKSIM-AMSS 18TH International Conference on Computer Modelling And Simulation (UKSIM), 6-8 April, Cambridge, UK, pp. 224 - 229, (2016)|
|Abstract:||A simple Voltage-Base Self-Intervention technique is introduced in this paper to perform the switching between the connected distributed generation renewable energy sources. The Voltage-Base Self-Intervention technique fetch maximum power from either the solar photovoltaic or wind energy systems under inhomogeneous conditions and output stable voltage for DC – AC inverter and DC – DC Boost Converter. In order to fetch the maximum power, the proposed Voltage-Base Self-Intervention technique is integrated after the stable DC voltage system. This is to ensure the DC bus can efficiently and effectively measure the voltage increment and decrement during the voltage conduction. To validate the performances of the proposed Voltage-Base Self-Intervention technique for solar – wind renewable energy sources, PROTEUS simulations are presented in this paper. Simulation results shows that the proposed technique effectively perform the Self-Intervention between the distributed generation solar – wind renewable energy sources using the voltage sensing and measurement.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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