DC & Hybrid Micro-Grids

Edited by
September 2021
172 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1975-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1974-6 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue DC & Hybrid Micro-Grids that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
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This reprint is a printed version of the papers published in the Special Issue “DC & Hybrid Microgrids” of Applied Sciences. This Special Issue, co-organized by the University of Pisa, Italy and Østfold University College in Norway, has collected nine papers and the editorial, from 28 submitted, with authors from Asia, North America and Europe. The published articles provide an overview of the most recent research advances in direct current (DC) and hybrid microgrids, exploiting the opportunities offered by the use of renewable energy sources, battery energy storage systems, power converters, innovative control and energy management strategies.

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energy management strategy (EMS); distributed generator (DG); state of charge (SoC); circuit breaker (CB); standard test condition (STC); photovoltaic (PV); solar; microgrid; droop control; patrol base; islanded DC microgrid; battery-only operation; constant power load; CPL; floating DC bus; stability criterion; power management; AC/DC distribution network; distributed generator; planning; timing characteristics; genetic-ant colony hybrid algorithm; forest microgrid; biomass energy; operation mode-based sectional coordinated control; hybrid energy storage; predictive control; inertia improvement; unbalanced electric bridge; DC insulation monitoring; ground capacitance; three-point climbing algorithm; islanding detection; DC grid; active islanding detection method; injected signal cancellation; multi-distributed generations; perturbation signal; photovoltaic system; direct current (DC) microgrid; stability; constant power loads; large transmission line inductive; simplified circuit model; virtual negative inductance; micro-grid; hybrid micro-grid; smart grid; battery energy storage; renewable energy sources (RES); hybrid vehicles (HEV); full-electric vehicles (EV); Bidirectional converters; microgrid; direct current (DC) grid; hybrid microgrid; smart grid; battery energy storage; renewable energy sources (RES); hybrid vehicles (HEV); full-electric vehicles (EV); bidirectional converters