On Energy Management Control of a PV-Diesel-ESS Based Microgrid in a Stand-Alone Context
AbstractThis paper deals with the energy management control of a PV-Diesel-ESS-based microgrid in a stand-alone context. In terms of control, an Isolated Mode Control (IMC) strategy based on a resonant regulator is proposed. In Parallel Mode Control (PMC) conditions, the diesel generator (DG) is controlled to operate at its nominal power. In this context, a supervisory algorithm optimizing the power flow between the microgrid’s various components ensures switching between the two modes for different possible scenarios. To prove the effectiveness of the proposed control strategies, the energy management control (EMC) is tested first using a standard state of charge (SOC) profile emulating the microgrid different states. Then real data are used to simulate the load and solar radiations. An experimental validation on a reduced scale test bench is carried out to prove the feasibility and the effectiveness of the proposed energy management control strategies. View Full-Text
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Belila, A.; Benbouzid, M.; Berkouk, E.-M.; Amirat, Y. On Energy Management Control of a PV-Diesel-ESS Based Microgrid in a Stand-Alone Context. Energies 2018, 11, 2164.
Belila A, Benbouzid M, Berkouk E-M, Amirat Y. On Energy Management Control of a PV-Diesel-ESS Based Microgrid in a Stand-Alone Context. Energies. 2018; 11(8):2164.Chicago/Turabian Style
Belila, Ahmed; Benbouzid, Mohamed; Berkouk, El-Madjid; Amirat, Yassine. 2018. "On Energy Management Control of a PV-Diesel-ESS Based Microgrid in a Stand-Alone Context." Energies 11, no. 8: 2164.
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