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Control of Standalone Microgrid

Anuradha Tomar (Redaktør) ; Prerna Gaur (Redaktør) ; Ritu Kandari (Redaktør) ; Neeraj Gupta (Redaktør)

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. Les mer
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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.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

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

Om forfatteren

Dr. Anuradha Tomar has 12 years of experience and currently is working as Postdoctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. She has received her B.E Degree in Electronics Instrumentation & Control with Honours (2007) from University of Rajasthan and M.Tech Degree with Honours in Power System (2009) from National Institute of Technology Hamirpur. She has received her Ph. D in Electrical Engineering, from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Dr. Tomar has committed her research work for the development of sustainable, energy efficient solutions for the empowerment of society. Her research interest are Photovoltaic systems, Microgrid, Energy conservation and Automation. She has authored or co-authored 69 research/review papers in various reputed International, National Journals, and Conferences. Her research interests include photovoltaic systems, microgrids, energy conservation. She has also filled seven Indian patents on her name. Dr. Tomar is Senior member of IEEE, LM of ISTE, IETE, IEI, and IAENG. Prof. Prerna Gaur completed her Ph.D. from Delhi University in the field of Artificial Intelligence and control, B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from G.B. Pant University of Technology and Agriculture, Pantnagar in 1988, M.Tech from Delhi College of Engineering in 1996. She has over 6 years of Industry experience and 26 years of Teaching experience in Delhi College of Engineering (later DTU, Delhi) and NSUT, Delhi(erstwhile NSIT). She is Director, East Campus, NSUT and has served as Head in Instrumentation and Control Department, NSUT between 2018-Jan21. She has more than 140 research papers in International Journals and IEEE Conferences. She has organized IICPE2010 and INDICON2020 IEEE international Conferences in NSUT. Besides teaching, she is actively associated with IEEE (Senior Member), ISTE (Life Member), IETE Fellow, and IE (Fellow) as well. Her major areas of research include Renewable Energy, Power Electronics, Power Quality, Artificial Intelligent based Control, Electrical Drives. Ritu Kandari received the B.Tech. degree from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India in 2010 and M.Tech. degree from Ambedkar Institute of Advanced Communication Technologies and Research in 2012. She joined HMR Institute of Technology and Management, Delhi as an assistant professor in August 2012. She is a senior research fellow (SRF) in renewable energy at IGDTUW, Delhi. She has organized many international and national conferences, faculty development programs and short-term courses. Her research interests include control and operation of microgrids, renewable, integration of renewable in existing grid. Dr. Neeraj Gupta is Ph.D. in power systems from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, India. He is a senior member of IEEE. He was a faculty with the Thapar University, from 2008 to 2009, Adani Institute of Infrastructure Engineering, Ahmedabad, India, in 2015 and NIT Hamirpur from 2015 to 2018 and presently, he has been working as an Assistant professor with the Electrical Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, J&K, India. His work has been published in Q-1 international journals of repute like IEEE, Elsevier etc. He is also in the scientific advisory/organizing secretary of many reputed conferences of the country. He is referee of reputed journals of IEEE, Elsevier, Taylor and Francis, IET etc. His research interests include uncertainty quantification of power system, probabilistic power system, solar, wind, and electric vehicle technologies, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, prediction etc.