Modeling and Simulation of Hybrid Wind ower Control for Load Sharing
|M.Rupesh, A. Durga Prasad and Shubha Kulkarni
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, GNDEC, Bidar, Karnataka, India
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Initially Wind Energy Conversion systems are usually passive systems i.e. the generated power is mainly dependent on the wind fluctuations but not on the grid requirements. An integrated DC-coupled wind, hydrogen and super Capacitor hybrid power system is studied in this paper. The main objective of this paper is to co-ordinate all these sources to share the (power) load in order to control the generated power, so control strategy for active wind generator is essential. The Active wind generator is built to provide some auxiliary services to the grid. The control strategy should be adopted to integrate the power sharing strategies. Two power sharing strategies are presented and compared by digital time domain Simulation studies in the MATLAB/ SIMULINK Software environment.