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2014 International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Application (ICRERA)
A surrogate modeling and analysis methodology is applied to study dynamic hybrid energy systems (HES). The effect of battery size on the smoothing of variability in renewable energy generation is investigated. Global sensitivity indices calculated using surrogate models show the relative sensitivity of system variability to dynamic properties of key components. A value maximization approach is used to consider the tradeoff between system variability and required battery size. Results are founddoi:10.1109/icrera.2014.7016416 fatcat:f4gpgil6u5crxgelwzyegkajz4