Mathematical Modeling of Hybrid Renewable Energy System

Janevska, Gordana (2017) Mathematical Modeling of Hybrid Renewable Energy System. In: 3rd Virtual International Conference on Science, Technology and Management in Energy eNergetics 2017, October 22-23, 2017, Niš, Serbia.

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One of the major worldwide concerns is to reduce the emissions from traditional power plants by using renewable energy and to reduce the high cost of supplying electricity to remote areas. Hybrid energy systems can provide a good solution for such problems. Hybrid systems are characterized by containing two or more technologies of electrical generation, in order to optimize global efficiency of the processes. Combining multiple renewable energy sources can be a possible solution to overcome defects, which not only provides reliable power but also leads to reduction in required storage capacity. An oversized hybrid system satisfies the load demand, but it can be unnecessarily expensive. An undersized hybrid system is economical, but may not be able to meet the load demand. The optimal sizing of the renewable energy power system depends on the mathematical model of system components. Focusing on the three most used renewable energy sources, a summary of mathematical modeling of various renewable power systems is presented in this paper. More precisely, a general methodology for mathematical modeling of a small hydro-solar-wind power system is described.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Engineering and Technology > Mechanical engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Technical Sciences
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Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2018 17:44
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