This paper presents a small-scale prototype of a wind-photovoltaic hybrid system, having batteries as energy storage components. All devices are connected to a common dc-bus using appropriate power converters. The photovoltaic modules are connected through a dc-dc buck converter using Perturb and Observe Maximum Power Point Tracking control. The permanent magnet synchronous generator (wind generator) power interface is composed of a three-phase diode-bridge rectifier followed by a buck converter. A bidirectional buck-boost converter is applied to the batteries in order to control the dc-bus voltage, to which the load is directly connected. The whole hybrid system was built as a laboratory prototype, by using a dSPACE digital controller. Several experimental results are presented in order to analyze the system performance under both steady state operation and transients. © 2012 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.

Experimental analysis of a standalone renewable energy based hybrid system / N. m. a., Freire; Eunice, Ribeiro; A. j. m., Cardoso; Boccaletti, Chiara. - STAMPA. - 372 AICT(2012), pp. 337-344. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 3rd IFIP WG 5.5/SOCOLNET Doctoral Conference on Computing, Electrical and Industrial Systems, DoCEIS 2012 tenutosi a Costa de Caparica nel 27 February 2012 through 29 February 2012. - IFIP ADVANCES IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY. [10.1007/978-3-642-28255-3_37].

Experimental analysis of a standalone renewable energy based hybrid system

BOCCALETTI, Chiara
2012

Abstract

This paper presents a small-scale prototype of a wind-photovoltaic hybrid system, having batteries as energy storage components. All devices are connected to a common dc-bus using appropriate power converters. The photovoltaic modules are connected through a dc-dc buck converter using Perturb and Observe Maximum Power Point Tracking control. The permanent magnet synchronous generator (wind generator) power interface is composed of a three-phase diode-bridge rectifier followed by a buck converter. A bidirectional buck-boost converter is applied to the batteries in order to control the dc-bus voltage, to which the load is directly connected. The whole hybrid system was built as a laboratory prototype, by using a dSPACE digital controller. Several experimental results are presented in order to analyze the system performance under both steady state operation and transients. © 2012 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.
2012
Technological Innovation for Value Creation
9783642282546
9783642282553
battery; photovoltaic array; power converters; wind generator
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Experimental analysis of a standalone renewable energy based hybrid system / N. m. a., Freire; Eunice, Ribeiro; A. j. m., Cardoso; Boccaletti, Chiara. - STAMPA. - 372 AICT(2012), pp. 337-344. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 3rd IFIP WG 5.5/SOCOLNET Doctoral Conference on Computing, Electrical and Industrial Systems, DoCEIS 2012 tenutosi a Costa de Caparica nel 27 February 2012 through 29 February 2012. - IFIP ADVANCES IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY. [10.1007/978-3-642-28255-3_37].
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