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Hardware implementation of composite control strategy for wind-PV-battery hybrid off-grid power generation system

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Rezkallah, Miloud, Ibrahim, Hussein, Dubuisson, Félix, Chandra, Ambrish, Singh, Sanjeev, Singh, Bhim and Issa, Mohamad. 2021. « Hardware implementation of composite control strategy for wind-PV-battery hybrid off-grid power generation system ». Clean Technologies, vol. 3, nº 4. pp. 821-843.
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Abstract

In this paper, a composite control strategy for improved off-grid configuration based on photovoltaic (PV array), a wind turbine (WT), and a diesel engine (DE) generator to achieve high performance while supplying nonlinear loads is investigated. To operate the WT efficiently under variable speed conditions and to obtain accurate and fast convergence to the maximum global operating point without a speed sensor, an iterative interpolation method is integrated with the perturbation and observation (P&O) technique. To ensure the balance of power in the system and to achieve the maximum power from the PV array without using any maximum power point tracking (MPPT) method, and ensuring stable operation during the disturbance, a double-loop control strategy for a two-switches buck-boost converter is developed. Furthermore, to protect the synchronous generator of the diesel generator (DG) from the 5th and 7th order-harmonics created by the connected nonlinear loads and to solve the issue of the filter resonance, the interfacing three-phase inverter is controlled using an improved synchronous-reference frame algorithm (SRF) with virtual impedance active damping. The presented work demonstrates effective and efficient control along with improved performance and cost-effective option as compared to the similar works reported in the literature. The performance of the presented off-grid configuration and its developed composite control strategy are tested using MATLAB/Simulink and validated through small-scale hardware prototyping.

Item Type: Peer reviewed article published in a journal
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Chandra, Ambrish
Affiliation: Génie électrique
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2022 19:02
Last Modified: 23 Jun 2022 15:43
URI: https://espace2.etsmtl.ca/id/eprint/24450

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