SGRE  Vol.4 No.1 , February 2013
Modeling, Control & Fault Management of Microgrids
ABSTRACT

In this paper, modeling and decentralize control principles of a MicroGrid (MG) whom equipped with three Distributed Generation (DG) systems (consist of: Solar Cell System (SCS), MicroTurbine System (MTS) and Wind Energy Conversion System (WECS)) is simulated. Three arrangement of load changing have investigated for the system. In first one the system doesn’t have transfer of power between MG and grid. In other two arrangements system have transfer of power between MG and utility grid. Of course in third case transfer of power between DG resources is considerable. Case study system is equipped by energy storage devices (battery bank) for each DG’s separately by means of increasing the MG reliability. For WECS and SCS, MPPT control and for MTS, voltage and frequency (V&F) controller has designed. The purpose of this paper is load respond in MG and storage process of surplus energy by consider of load changing. MATLAB/Simulink and its libraries (mainly the Sim Power Systems toolbox) were employed in order to develop a simulation platform suitable for identifying MG control requirements. This paper reported a control and op- eration of MG in network tension by applying a three phase fault.


Cite this paper
M. Moradian, F. Tabatabaei and S. Moradian, "Modeling, Control & Fault Management of Microgrids," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2013, pp. 99-112. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2013.41013.
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