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This book offers a collection of 30 scientific papers which address the problems associated with the use of power electronic converters in renewable energy sourcebased systems. Relevant problems associated with the use of power electronic converters to integrate renewable energy systems to the power grid are presented. Some of the covered topics relate to the integration of photovoltaic and wind energy generators into the rest of the system, and to the use of energy storage to mitigate power fluctuations, which are a characteristic of renewable energy systems. The book provides a good overview of the abovementioned topics.
modular multilevel converter  battery energy storage system  stateofcharge balancing  secondlife battery  multienergy complementary  microgrid  demand response  operation optimization  electricity price  peakcurrentmode control  dynamic modeling  dutyratio constraints  discontinuous conduction mode  FACTS devices  active power filter  static compensator  control strategies  gridconnected converter  SPWM  SVM  maximum power point tracking  open circuit voltage  perturb and observe  thermoelectric generator  twostage photovoltaic power  virtual synchronous generator  adaptiveMPPT (maximum power point tracking)  improvedVSG (virtual synchronous generator)  power matching  failure zone  governor  frequency regulation  inverter  voltagetype control  static frequency characteristics  gridconnected converter  adaptive resonant controller  PLL  impedance analysis  distorted grid  digital signal processor (DSP) TMS320F28335  gridconnected inverter  internal model  linear quadratic regulator  LCL filter  photovoltaic systems  multilevel power converter  soft switching  selective harmonic mitigation  phase shifted  voltage cancellation  adaptive control  sliding mode control  speed control  wind energy system  microgrid (MG)  droop control  washout filter  hardware in the loop (HIL)  active frontend converter  backtoback converter  permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG)  THD  type4 wind turbine  wind energy system  OpalRT Technologies®  synchronization  adaptive notch filter (ANF)  phaselocked loop (PLL)  wind power prediction  phase space reconstruction  multivariate linear regression  cloud computing  time series  multiple VSGs  oscillation mitigation  coordinated control  smallsignal and transient stability  coordination control  energy storage  grid support function  inertia  photovoltaic  virtual synchronous generator  weak grid  parallel inverters  oscillation suppression  notch filter  impedance reshaping  boost converter  peakcurrentmode control  dynamic modeling  discontinuous operation mode  doublyfed induction generator  shortcircuit fault  frequency regulation  variable power tracking control  improved additional frequency control  variable coefficient regulation  inertia and damping characteristics  generator speed control  electrical power generation  turbine and generator  gridconnected converter  organic Rankine cycle  renewable energy  multiport converter (MPC)  single ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC)  multiinput single output (MISO)  renewable power system  coupled oscillators  virtual impedance  synchronization  power converters  droop control  virtual admittance  distributed generation  energy  renewable energy  microgrids  Energy Internet  energy router  microgrid  electric vehicle  PV  batteryenergy storage  DCAC power converters  impedance emulation  stability analysis  powerhardwarein theloop  photovoltaic generators  maximum power point tracking  step size  perturbation frequency  source and load impedance  transient dynamics  stability  grid synchronization  power electronics  power grid  inverter  gridconnected  microgrid  experiment  modules  synchronverter  power ripple elimination  resonant controller  unbalanced power grid  ROCOF  PLL  error  low inertia  VSC  n/a
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This book covers applied research on smart energy systems, smart grids, smart energy homes, smart energy products and services, and the advanced applications thereof, in the context of demand response and grid interactions. In particular, this book is focused on interdisciplinary research results that combine technical, social, environmental, and economic aspects of smart energy systems and smart energy products. Moreover, several chapters are based on the evaluation of real life cases, energy pilots, prototypes of smart energy products, and end user surveys and interviews.
smart grids  electricity market  flexibility  stakeholders  endusers  renewable energy  energy products and services  power quality  gridconnected inverter  photovoltaic  solar mobility  solar charging  resonance instability  smart metering  spatial and temporal aggregation  privacy protection  internal attack  pseudorandom function  smart grids  renewable energy  flexibility  demand shifting  photovoltaic systems  smart appliances  demand response  aggregator  heat pumps  FCR  frequency containment reserve  ancillary services  smart grids  smart grids  users  demand management  renewable energy transition  dynamic pricing  electricity pricing  prosumer  reliability  renewable energy  uncertainty  smart product design  smart home technology  power systems simulation  energy management  smart grids  flexibility  photovoltaic  heat pumps  consumption patterns  selfconsumption  selfsufficiency  energy system analysis  load duration curve  n/a
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This book comprises ten articles covering different aspects of power quality issues in microgrids and distributed generation (DG) systems, including 1) Detection and estimation of power quality; 2) Modeling; 3) Harmonic control for DG systems and microgrids; 4) Stability improvements for microgrids. Different power quality phenomena and solution were studied in the included papers, such as harmonics, resonance, frequency deviation, voltage sag, and fluctuation. From a network point of view, some papers studied the harmonic and stability issues in standalone microgrids which are more likely to cause power quality problems. Other papers discussed the power quality problems in microgrids which are weakly interconnected with the main distribution grid. In view of the published papers, there is a trend that increasingly advanced modeling, analysis, and control schemes were applied in the studies. Moreover, the latest works focus not only on singleunit problems but also multiple units or network issues. Although some of the hot topics are not included, this book covers multiple aspects of the current power quality research frontier, and represents a particularly useful reference book for frontier researchers in this field.
nonlinear dynamic system  power quality  power system simulation  state estimation  unscented Kalman filter  voltage fluctuation  virtual synchronous generator  dynamic frequency support  autonomous microgrid  virtual inertia  virtual damping  differential feedforward  current source mode (CSM)  distributed generations  gridconnected inverter  grid impedance  multiinverter system  voltage source mode (VSM)  weak grid  hybrid energy storage  standalone microgrid  multitime scale  coordinated control  HVDC  line commutated converter  wind farm  frequency stability  frequency control  voltage stability  voltage control  vector control  voltagesource converter  microgrid  power quality control  optimal virtual resistor  2ndorder lowpass filter  reference current compensation  modeling method  parameter identification  data testing  microgrid  gridconnection/island switching process  standalone microgrid  sliding mode control  solar photovoltaic system  diesel generator  power quality improvement  stability analysis  gridtied inverter  harmonic suppression  impedance enhancement  output impedance  PV generation  submarine cables  shunt inverter  series inverter  voltage compensation  power quality
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Photovoltaic solar energy technology (PV) has been developing rapidly in the past decades, leading to a multibilliondollar global market. It is of paramount importance that PV systems function properly, which requires the generation of expected energy both for smallscale systems that consist of a few solar modules and for very largescale systems containing millions of modules. This book increases the understanding of the issues relevant to PV system design and correlated performance; moreover, it contains research from scholars across the globe in the fields of data analysis and data mapping for the optimal performance of PV systems, faults analysis, various causes for energy loss, and design and integration issues. The chapters in this book demonstrate the importance of designing and properly monitoring photovoltaic systems in the field in order to ensure continued good performance.
floating PV generation structure  fiber reinforced polymeric plastic (FRP)  pultruded FRP  sheet molding compound FRP  structural design  mooring system  photovoltaic plants  software development  performance analysis  loss analysis  graphical malfunction detection  fuzzy logic controller  maximum power point tracking (MPPT)  dcdc converter  photovoltaic system  photovoltaic system  modeling  stability analysis  gridconnected  photovoltaics  modules  shade resilience  buck converter  module architecture  PV array  FCM algorithm  cluster analysis  fault diagnosis  membership algorithm  solar energy  photovoltaic module performance  organic soiling  Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)  floating PV systems (FPV)  floating PV module (FPVM)  ANOVA  Bartlett’s test  Hartigan’s dip test  JarqueBera’s test  KruskalWallis’ test  Mood’s Median test  residential buildings  Tukey’s test  urban context  solar cells  AC parameters  underdamped oscillation  impedance spectroscopy  partial shading  photogenerated current  photovoltaic performance  maximum power point  image processing  photovoltaic (PV) systems monitoring  malfunction detection  data analysis  PV systems  cluster analysis  failure detection  ageing and degradation of PVmodules  performance analysis  UVfluorescence imaging  photovoltaic modeling  parameter estimation  optimization problem  metaheuristic  oppositionbased learning  quasiopposition based learning  improved cuckoo search algorithm  PV energy performance  PV thermal performance  thermal interaction  conventional roof membrane  vegetated/green roof  Renewable Energy  PV systems  forecast  energy  simulation  silicon  photovoltaics  modules  electroluminescence  defects  cracks  performance ratio  annual yield  GIS  PV system  spatial analyses  performance ratio  GIS  PV module  system  population density  urban compactness  solar farm  photovoltaics  reactive power support  STATCOM  technical costs  photovoltaic systems  reliability  real data  energy yield  fault tree analysis  failure mode and effect analysis  availability  failure rates
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Power electronics technology is still an emerging technology, and it has found its way into many applications, from renewable energy generation (i.e., wind power and solar power) to electrical vehicles (EVs), biomedical devices, and small appliances, such as laptop chargers. In the near future, electrical energy will be provided and handled by power electronics and consumed through power electronics; this not only will intensify the role of power electronics technology in power conversion processes, but also implies that power systems are undergoing a paradigm shift, from centralized distribution to distributed generation. Today, more than 1000 GW of renewable energy generation sources (photovoltaic (PV) and wind) have been installed, all of which are handled by power electronics technology. The main aim of this book is to highlight and address recent breakthroughs in the range of emerging applications in power electronics and in harmonic and electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues at device and system levels as discussed in ?robust and reliable power electronics technologies, including fault prognosis and diagnosis technique stability of gridconnected converters and ?smart control of power electronics in devices, microgrids, and at system levels.
energy storage  lithiumion battery  battery management system BMS  battery modeling  state of charge SoC  gridconnected inverter  power electronics  multiobjective optimization  switching frequency  total demand distortion  switching losses  EMI filter  power converter  power density  optimal design  electrical drives  axial flux machines  magnetic equivalent circuit  torque ripple  back EMF  permanentmagnet machines  fivephase permanent magnet synchronous machine  fiveleg voltage source inverter  multiphase space vector modulation  sliding mode control  extended Kalman filter  voltage source inverters (VSI)  voltage control  current control  digital control  predictive controllers  advanced controllers  stability  response time  lithiumion batteries  electric vehicles  battery management system  electric power  dynamic PV model  gridconnected VSI  HFlink MPPT converter  nanocrystalline core  SiC PV Supply  DC–DC converters  multilevel control  renewable energy resources control  electrical engineering communications  microgrid control  distributed control  power system operation and control  variable speed pumped storage system  droop control  vector control  phasor model technique  nine switch converter  synchronous generator  digital signal controller  static compensator, distribution generation  hybrid converter  multilevel converter (MLC)  series active filter  power factor correction (PFC)  fieldprogrammable gate array  particle swarm optimization  selective harmonic elimination method  voltage source converter  plugin hybrid electric vehicles  power management system  renewable energy sources  fuzzy  smart microgrid  fivephase machine  faulttolerant control  induction motor  one phase open circuit fault (1Ph)  adjacent twophase open circuit fault (A2Ph)  voltperhertz control (scalar control)  currentfed inverter  LCLS topology  semiactive bridge  soft switching  voltage boost  wireless power transfer  DC–DC conversion  zerovoltage switching (ZVS)  transient control  DC–DC conversion  bidirectional converter  power factor correction  line frequency instability  one cycle control  nonlinear phenomena  bifurcation  boost converter  converter  ice melting  modular multilevel converter (MMC)  optimization design  transmission line  static var generator (SVG)  hardwareintheloop  floatingpoint  fixedpoint  realtime emulation  field programmable gate array  slim DClink drive  VPI active damping control  total harmonic distortion  cogging torque  realtime simulation  power converters  nonlinear control  embedded systems  high level programing  SHIL  DHIL  4T analog MOS control  high frequency switching power supply  water purification  modulation index  electromagnetic interference  chaotic PWM  DCDC buck converter  CMOS chaotic circuit  triangular ramp generator  spreadspectrum technique  system in package  electric vehicle  wireless power transfer  inductive coupling  coupling factor  phaseshift control  seriesseries compensation  PSpice  fixedfrequency double integral slidingmode (FFDISM)  classD amplifier  Qfactor  GaN cascode  direct torque control (DTC)  composite active vectors modulation (CVM)  permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM)  effect factors  double layer capacitor (DLC) models  energy storage modelling  simulation models  current control loops  dual threephase (DTP) permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs)  space vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM)  vector control  voltage source inverter  active rectifiers  singleswitch  analog phase control  digital phase control  wireless power transfer  threelevel boost converter (TLBC)  DClink cascade Hbridge (DCLCHB) inverter  conducting angle determination (CAD) techniques  total harmonic distortion (THD)  threephase bridgeless rectifier  fault diagnosis  fault tolerant control  hardware in loop  compensation topology  electromagnetic field (EMF)  electromagnetic field interference (EMI)  misalignment  resonator structure  wireless power transfer (WPT)  WPT standards  EMI filter  electromagnetic compatibility  AC–DC power converters  electromagnetic interference filter  matrix converters  current source  power density  battery energy storage systems  battery chargers  active receivers  frequency locking  reference phase calibration  synchronization  wireless power transfer  lithiumion batteries  SOC estimator  parameter identification  particle swarm optimization  improved extended Kalman filter  battery management system  PMSG  DClink voltage control  variable control gain  disturbance observer  lithiumion power battery pack  composite equalizer  active equalization  passive equalization  control strategy and algorithm  n/a  commonmode inductor  highfrequency modeling  electromagnetic interference  filter  fault diagnosis  condition monitoring  induction machines  support vector machines  expert systems  neural networks  DCAC power converters  frequencydomain analysis  impedancebased model  Nyquist stability analysis  small signal stability analysis  harmonic linearization  line start  permanent magnet  synchronous motor  efficiency motor  rotor design  harmonics  hybrid power filter  active power filter  power quality  total harmonic distortion  equivalent inductance  leakage inductance  switching frequency modelling  induction motor  current switching ripple  multilevel inverter  cascaded topology  voltage doubling  switched capacitor  nearest level modulation (NLM)  total harmonic distortion (THD)  deadtime compensation  power converters  harmonics  n/a
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Power electronics technology is still an emerging technology, and it has found its way into many applications, from renewable energy generation (i.e., wind power and solar power) to electrical vehicles (EVs), biomedical devices, and small appliances, such as laptop chargers. In the near future, electrical energy will be provided and handled by power electronics and consumed through power electronics; this not only will intensify the role of power electronics technology in power conversion processes, but also implies that power systems are undergoing a paradigm shift, from centralized distribution to distributed generation. Today, more than 1000 GW of renewable energy generation sources (photovoltaic (PV) and wind) have been installed, all of which are handled by power electronics technology. The main aim of this book is to highlight and address recent breakthroughs in the range of emerging applications in power electronics and in harmonic and electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues at device and system levels as discussed in ?robust and reliable power electronics technologies, including fault prognosis and diagnosis technique stability of gridconnected converters and ?smart control of power electronics in devices, microgrids, and at system levels.
energy storage  lithiumion battery  battery management system BMS  battery modeling  state of charge SoC  gridconnected inverter  power electronics  multiobjective optimization  switching frequency  total demand distortion  switching losses  EMI filter  power converter  power density  optimal design  electrical drives  axial flux machines  magnetic equivalent circuit  torque ripple  back EMF  permanentmagnet machines  fivephase permanent magnet synchronous machine  fiveleg voltage source inverter  multiphase space vector modulation  sliding mode control  extended Kalman filter  voltage source inverters (VSI)  voltage control  current control  digital control  predictive controllers  advanced controllers  stability  response time  lithiumion batteries  electric vehicles  battery management system  electric power  dynamic PV model  gridconnected VSI  HFlink MPPT converter  nanocrystalline core  SiC PV Supply  DC–DC converters  multilevel control  renewable energy resources control  electrical engineering communications  microgrid control  distributed control  power system operation and control  variable speed pumped storage system  droop control  vector control  phasor model technique  nine switch converter  synchronous generator  digital signal controller  static compensator, distribution generation  hybrid converter  multilevel converter (MLC)  series active filter  power factor correction (PFC)  fieldprogrammable gate array  particle swarm optimization  selective harmonic elimination method  voltage source converter  plugin hybrid electric vehicles  power management system  renewable energy sources  fuzzy  smart microgrid  fivephase machine  faulttolerant control  induction motor  one phase open circuit fault (1Ph)  adjacent twophase open circuit fault (A2Ph)  voltperhertz control (scalar control)  currentfed inverter  LCLS topology  semiactive bridge  soft switching  voltage boost  wireless power transfer  DC–DC conversion  zerovoltage switching (ZVS)  transient control  DC–DC conversion  bidirectional converter  power factor correction  line frequency instability  one cycle control  nonlinear phenomena  bifurcation  boost converter  converter  ice melting  modular multilevel converter (MMC)  optimization design  transmission line  static var generator (SVG)  hardwareintheloop  floatingpoint  fixedpoint  realtime emulation  field programmable gate array  slim DClink drive  VPI active damping control  total harmonic distortion  cogging torque  realtime simulation  power converters  nonlinear control  embedded systems  high level programing  SHIL  DHIL  4T analog MOS control  high frequency switching power supply  water purification  modulation index  electromagnetic interference  chaotic PWM  DCDC buck converter  CMOS chaotic circuit  triangular ramp generator  spreadspectrum technique  system in package  electric vehicle  wireless power transfer  inductive coupling  coupling factor  phaseshift control  seriesseries compensation  PSpice  fixedfrequency double integral slidingmode (FFDISM)  classD amplifier  Qfactor  GaN cascode  direct torque control (DTC)  composite active vectors modulation (CVM)  permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM)  effect factors  double layer capacitor (DLC) models  energy storage modelling  simulation models  current control loops  dual threephase (DTP) permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs)  space vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM)  vector control  voltage source inverter  active rectifiers  singleswitch  analog phase control  digital phase control  wireless power transfer  threelevel boost converter (TLBC)  DClink cascade Hbridge (DCLCHB) inverter  conducting angle determination (CAD) techniques  total harmonic distortion (THD)  threephase bridgeless rectifier  fault diagnosis  fault tolerant control  hardware in loop  compensation topology  electromagnetic field (EMF)  electromagnetic field interference (EMI)  misalignment  resonator structure  wireless power transfer (WPT)  WPT standards  EMI filter  electromagnetic compatibility  AC–DC power converters  electromagnetic interference filter  matrix converters  current source  power density  battery energy storage systems  battery chargers  active receivers  frequency locking  reference phase calibration  synchronization  wireless power transfer  lithiumion batteries  SOC estimator  parameter identification  particle swarm optimization  improved extended Kalman filter  battery management system  PMSG  DClink voltage control  variable control gain  disturbance observer  lithiumion power battery pack  composite equalizer  active equalization  passive equalization  control strategy and algorithm  n/a  commonmode inductor  highfrequency modeling  electromagnetic interference  filter  fault diagnosis  condition monitoring  induction machines  support vector machines  expert systems  neural networks  DCAC power converters  frequencydomain analysis  impedancebased model  Nyquist stability analysis  small signal stability analysis  harmonic linearization  line start  permanent magnet  synchronous motor  efficiency motor  rotor design  harmonics  hybrid power filter  active power filter  power quality  total harmonic distortion  equivalent inductance  leakage inductance  switching frequency modelling  induction motor  current switching ripple  multilevel inverter  cascaded topology  voltage doubling  switched capacitor  nearest level modulation (NLM)  total harmonic distortion (THD)  deadtime compensation  power converters  harmonics  n/a
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