Advanced Simulation of Alternative Energy: Simulation with Simulink® and SimPowerSystems™

1st Edition

Viktor Perelmuter

CRC Press
April 24, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 360 Pages - 206 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367339579 - CAT# K440884

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Summary

Advanced Simulation of Alternative Energy is a sequel of the book of the same author printed by CRC Press and considers models of new, promising installations of renewable energy sources, as well as the new trends in this technical field. The book is focused on wind generators with multiphase generators, models of the different offshore parks, wind shear and tower shadow effect, active damping, system inertia support, synchronverter modelling, photovoltaic cells with cascaded H-bridge multilevel inverters, operation of fuel cells with electrolyzers and microturbines, utilization of the ocean wave and ocean tide energy sources, pumped storage hydropower simulation, and simulation of the some hybrid systems. Simulink and its toolbox SimPowerSystems (its new name Electrical / Specialized Power Systems) are the most popular means for simulation of these systems. More than 100 models of the renewable energy systems that are made with use of this program environment are appended to the book. The aims of these models are to help when studying the various electrical engineering fields: industrial electronics, electrical machines, electrical drives, production and distribution of the electrical energy and etc.; to facilitate understanding various renewable energy system function; to be as a basis for development by the reader of his own systems in this fields. This book can be used by engineers and investigators to develop the new electrical systems and investigate the existing ones. It is very useful for students of higher educational institutions during the study of electrical fields, in graduation work and undergraduate’s thesis.