Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Materials Today
Source : Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 42, p.1122-1129 (2021)
Url : https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221478532040210X
Keywords : Di zeta converter, HTS material, HTSMES, Lead acid battery, Solar-wind hybrid system
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Engineering
Department : Electrical and Electronics
Year : 2021
Abstract : The green energy infrastructure plays an important part in existing world of power scarcity. Owing to their dependence on environmental factors, renewable energy technologies continue to fluctuate. Using the energy storage device will solve the problem. The technical and economical requirements of the energy storage process can be met with the use of hybrid combinations. This paper proposes a hybrid energy management system based on the Super conductive magnetic material and the lead acid battery to provide power stabilization in the grid-connected unstable microgrid. Here, second-generation High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) material is used as Super Conducting Magnet Energy Storage (HTSMES) which exhibits a high irreversibility field and critical current density within an active magnetic field. The proposed system may be a good solution to minimize the impact of the Point of Common Coupling (PCC) power variability during fault condition. To improve the efficiency and flexibility of the proposed system, the two hybrid power sources are connected via dual input single output zeta converter. The HTSMES is used to minimize the difference in active power during fault and to give the reactive current to handle the fault. Grid connected microgrid with HTSMES-battery was simulated using the MATLAB Simulink platform and tested using an energy management algorithm with and without the presence of fault. The system proposed is demonstrated with detailed simulation results.
Cite this Research Publication : K. Aseem and S. Selva Kumar, “High Temperature Superconducting Material based Energy Storage for Solar-wind Hybrid Generating Systems for Fluctuating Power Management”, Materials Today: Proceedings, vol. 42, pp. 1122-1129, 2021.