Modeling and Control of Static Converters for Hybrid Storage Systems
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Modeling and Control of Static Converters for Hybrid Storage Systems

Arezki Fekik (Akli Mohand Oulhadj University-Bouira, Algeria) and Nacereddine Benamrouche (University of Tizi Ouzou, Algeria)
Pages: 300|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7447-8
ISBN13: 9781799874478|ISBN10: 1799874478|EISBN13: 9781799874492|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781799874485


The energy transition initiated in recent years has enabled the growing integration of renewable production into the energy mix. This renewable production is often decentralized and its primary energy is random. Microgrids make it possible to maximize the efficiency of energy transmission from source to consumer by bringing the latter together geographically and therefore by reducing losses linked to transport. But the lack of inertia and the micro-grid support system makes it weak and energy storage is necessary to ensure its proper functioning. It has also been shown that current storage technologies do not make it possible to provide both a large capacity of energy and of power at the same time, whether for technological or economic reasons. Hybrid storage is therefore a solution that combines the advantages of several technologies and also reduces their disadvantages. Several topologies allow for hybrid storage.

This book places particular emphasis on the Modeling and control of Static converters for hybrid storage systems. This book will have chapters with a current focus on research and innovative solutions to many problems in this area. This book will cover the modeling, control theorems and optimization techniques that will solve many scientific problems for researchers in the field of power converter control for renewable energy hybrid storage. Many multidisciplinary applications will be addressed in this book with their new fundamental principles, modeling, analysis, design, realization and experimental results. This book will include new circuits and systems, which will help many researchers to solve practically many nonlinear problems. Simply, this book will make it possible to bridge the gap between various interdisciplinary applications starting from mathematical concepts, modeling, analysis, and until the realization and the experimental work.

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