Implementation of Hybrid AC/DC Micro Grid to Reduce the Processes of Multiple Conversions

Madaka Srinivasa, Rao Tech, B Venkataramana, M Tech
unpublished
This project proposes a hybrid ac/dc micro grid to reduce the processes of multiple dc-ac-dc or ac-dc-ac conversions in an individual ac or dc grid. The hybrid grid consists of both ac and dc networks connected together by multi-bidirectional converters. AC sources and loads are connected to the ac network whereas dc sources and loads are tied to the dc network. Energy storage systems can be connected to dc or ac links. The proposed hybrid grid can operate in a grid-tied or autonomous mode. The
more » ... utonomous mode. The coordination control algorithms are proposed for smooth power transfer between ac and dc links and for stable system operation under various generation and load conditions. Uncertainty and intermittent characteristics of wind speed, solar irradiation level, ambient temperature, and load are also considered in system control and operation. A small hybrid grid has been modeled and simulated using the Simulink in the MATLAB. The simulation results show that the system can maintain stable operation under the proposed coordination control schemes when the grid is switched from one operating condition to anotherSince energy management, control, and operation of a hybrid grid are more complicated than those of an individual ac or dc grid, different operating modes of a hybrid ac/dc grid have been investigated. The coordination control schemes among various converters have been proposed to harness maximum power from renewable power sources, to minimize power transfer between ac and dc networks, and to maintain the stable operation of both ac and dc grids under variable supply and demand conditions when the hybrid grid operates in both grid-tied and islanding modes. The advanced power electronics and control technologies used in this paper will make a future power grid much smarter.
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