Control of Standalone Microgrid looks at a practical and systematic elaboration of the architecture, design and control of standalone microgrids. It is oriented towards more advanced readers who want to enhance their knowledge in the fields of power engineering, sustainable energy, microgrids and their control.
With an enriched collection of topics pertaining to the architecture and control of standalone microgrids, this book presents recent research that will bring advancements in the current power system scenario, discussing operational and technical issues due to high penetration of distributed generation units.
Including executable plans for standalone microgrid systems this book enables researchers and energy executives to understand the future of energy delivery systems as well as global case studies and models to apply control techniques for standalone microgrids and protection schemes which provide a deeper level of understanding.
- Includes significant case studies and global case studies of control techniques and protection schemes
- Provides a working guideline in the design, analysis and development of Standalone microgrid and its applications
- Features detailed description of the types and components of standalone microgrids, modeling and simulation and performance analysis
Section 1: Introduction of Standalone Microgrids 1. Integration of distributed energy resources in power systems 2. Operational and Environmental aspects of standalone microgrids
Section 2: Architecture of Standalone Microgrids 3. Modeling and characterization of Microgrid units 4. Modelling of Communication Architecture 5. Scope for architecture improvement for standalone microgrids
Section 3: Control of Standalone Microgrids 6. Hierarchical Control-I 7. Hierarchical Control-II 8. Coordinated Control 9. Adaptive Control-I 10: Adaptive Control-II 11. Predictive techniques 12. Intelligent methods-I 13. Intelligent methods-II 14. Plug and Play Operation
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