Microgrids and active distribution networks [electronic resource] / S. Chowdhury, S.P. Chowdhury and P. Crossley.
- London : Institution of Engineering and Technology, c2009.
- IET renewable energy series.
IET renewable energy series
1 online resource (321 p.)
- Distributed generation of electric power.
Distributed resources (Electric utilities).
- Electronic books.
- Microgrids and Active Distribution Networks offer a potential solution for sustainable, energy-efficient power supply to cater for increasing load growth, supplying power to remote areas, generation of clean power and reduction in emission of greenhouse gases & particulates as per Kyoto protocol.
- Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of abbreviations; 1. Distributed generation and Microgrid concept; 2. Distributed energy resources; 3. Impacts of Microgrid; 4. Microgrid and active distribution network management system; 5. Protection issues for Microgrids; 6. Power electronic interfaces; 7. SCADA and active distribution networks; 8. Impact of DG integration on power quality and reliability; 9. Microgrid economics; 10. Market participation of Microgrids; Appendix A: Modelling and performance analysis of microturbine instand-alone and grid-connected modes
Appendix B: Dynamic modelling and performance analysis of aDFIG wind energy conversion systemAppendix C: Software simulation of PEM fuel cell system for dynamic performance analysis; Appendix D: Application of solid-oxide fuel cell in distributed power generation; Appendix E: Modelling and performance evaluation of a stand-alonephotovoltaic (PV) plant with maximum power point tracking; Appendix F: Setting of market clearing price (MCP) in Microgrid power scenario; Appendix G: Islanding operation of distributed generators in active distribution networks - simulation studies; Bibliography
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Chowdhury, S. P.
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