Modeling and Stability Analysis of Hybrid PV/Diesel/ESS in Ship Power System
AbstractDue the concern about serious environmental pollution and fossil energy consumption, introducing solar generation into ship power systems has drawn greater attention. However, the penetration of solar energy will result in ship power system instability caused by the uncertainties of the solar irradiation. Unlike on land, the power generated by photovoltaic (PV) modules on the shipboard changes as the ship rolls. In this paper, a high-speed flywheel energy storage system (FESS) is modeled to smooth the PV power fluctuations and improve the power quality on a large oil tanker which contains a PV generation system, a diesel generator, a FESS, and various types of ship loads. Furthermore, constant torque angle control method combined with sinusoidal pulse width modulation (SPWM) approach is proposed to control the FESS charging and discharging. Different ship operating situations and the impact of the ship rolling is taken into consideration. The simulation results demonstrate the high efficiency and fast response of the flywheel energy storage system to enhance the stability of the proposed hybrid ship power system. View Full-Text
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Lan, H.; Bai, Y.; Wen, S.; Yu, D.C.; Hong, Y.-Y.; Dai, J.; Cheng, P. Modeling and Stability Analysis of Hybrid PV/Diesel/ESS in Ship Power System. Inventions 2016, 1, 5.
Lan H, Bai Y, Wen S, Yu DC, Hong Y-Y, Dai J, Cheng P. Modeling and Stability Analysis of Hybrid PV/Diesel/ESS in Ship Power System. Inventions. 2016; 1(1):5.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lan, Hai; Bai, Yifei; Wen, Shuli; Yu, David C.; Hong, Ying-Yi; Dai, Jinfeng; Cheng, Peng. 2016. "Modeling and Stability Analysis of Hybrid PV/Diesel/ESS in Ship Power System." Inventions 1, no. 1: 5.
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