Control and Stability of Microgrid in Steady and Transient States
- Oct 27, 2020 5:32 pm GMT
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As per the definition of Microgrid, “ it is a cluster DERs and loads connected to Utility Grid or Distributed network which operates as an independent entity within its electrical boundaries which can work either in Grid connected or islanded mode. The distributed generators, battery storage systems have to be integrated to Microgrid through parallel interfaced inverters with all its controllers. As the inverters are not having inertia because of power electronics they have to be referred to synchronous frame to make the DGs stable. In this paper it is proposed communication- less controllers which are robust. In this method, the harmonic analyser is used to reduce the harmonics level in the system especially when it is switched over from grid to islanding and islanding to grid mode.
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