Development of an Optimal Power Control Scheme for Wave-Offshore Hybrid Generation Systems
AbstractIntegration technology of various distribution systems for improving renewable energy utilization has been receiving attention in the power system industry. The wave-offshore hybrid generation system (HGS), which has a capacity of over 10 MW, was recently developed by adopting several voltage source converters (VSC), while a control method for adopted power conversion systems has not yet been configured in spite of the unique system characteristics of the designated structure. This paper deals with a reactive power assignment method for the developed hybrid system to improve the power transfer efficiency of the entire system. Through the development and application processes for an optimization algorithm utilizing the real-time active power profiles of each generator, a feasibility confirmation of power transmission loss reduction was implemented. To find the practical effect of the proposed control scheme, the real system information regarding the demonstration process was applied from case studies. Also, an evaluation for the loss of the improvement rate was calculated. View Full-Text
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Jung, S.; Jang, G. Development of an Optimal Power Control Scheme for Wave-Offshore Hybrid Generation Systems. Energies 2015, 8, 9009-9028.
Jung S, Jang G. Development of an Optimal Power Control Scheme for Wave-Offshore Hybrid Generation Systems. Energies. 2015; 8(9):9009-9028.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jung, Seungmin; Jang, Gilsoo. 2015. "Development of an Optimal Power Control Scheme for Wave-Offshore Hybrid Generation Systems." Energies 8, no. 9: 9009-9028.