Integration of Green and Renewable Energy in Electric Power Systems
The combined technology of power semiconductor switching devices, pulse width modulation algorithms, and control theories are being further developed along with the performance improvement of power semiconductors and microprocessors so that more efficient, reliable, and cheaper electric energy conversion can be achieved within the next decade. Integration of Green and Renewable Energy in Electric Power Systems covers the principles, analysis, and synthesis of closed loop control of pulse width modulated converters in power electronics systems, with special application emphasis on distributed generation systems and uninterruptible power supplies.
The authors present two versions of a documented simulation test bed for homework problems and projects based on Matlab/Simulink, designed to help readers understand the content through simulations. The first consists of a number of problems and projects for classroom teaching convenience and learning. The second is based on the most recent work in control of power converters for the research of practicing engineers and industry researchers.
Addresses a combination of the latest developments in control technology of pulse width modulation algorithms and digital control methods
Problems and projects have detailed mathematical modeling, control design, solution steps, and results
Uses a significant number of tables, circuit and block diagrams, and waveform plots with well-designed, class-tested problems/solutions and projects designed for the best teaching-learning interaction
Provides computer simulation programs as examples for ease of understanding and platforms for the projects
Covering major power-conversion applications that help professionals from a variety of industries, Integration of Green and Renewable Energy in Electric Power Systems provides practical, application-oriented system analysis and synthesis that is instructional and inspiring for practicing electrical engineers and researchers as well as undergraduate and graduate students.
1 SMART GRID DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS.
2 INVERTER CONTROL VOLTAGE AND CURRENT IN DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS.
3 PARALLEL OPERATION OF INVERTERS IN DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS.
4 POWER CONVERTER TOPOLOGIES FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS.
5 VOLTAGE AND CURRENT CONTROL OF A THREE-PHASE FOUR-WIRE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION (DG) INVERTER IN ISLAND MODE.
6 POWER FLOW CONTROL OF A SINGLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION UNIT.
7 ROBUST STABILITY ANALYSIS OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT CONTROL FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS.
8 PWM RECTIFIER CONTROL FOR THREE-PHASE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEM.
9 MATLAB SIMULINK SIMULATION TESTBED.
APPENDIX A: SIMULINK MODEL DSIMSERVO.MDL.
APPENDIX B: FILE SSMODE.M.
Mohammad N. Marwali, PhD, is a Senior Development Scientist II at Emerson Network Power.
Min Dai, PhD, is a Project Engineer at Emerson Network Power.
- Designed for the best teaching-learning interaction a significant number of tables, circuit and block diagrams, and waveform plots with Homework problems/solutions and projects are provided
- Includes well designed and class tested homework and project assignments
- Examples and project simulation test beds using Matlab/Simulink were designed to help students understand the content through simulations
- The test bed will consist of a number of problems and projects for classroom teaching convenience and learning