PLANNING OF AUTONOMOUS MICROGRID WITH ENERGY STORAGE USING GRID-BASED MULTI-OBJECTIVE HARMONY SEARCH ALGORITHM

S. Kayalvizhi and D.M. Vinod Kumar

References

  1. [1] J.A. Pecas Lopes, C.L. Moreira, and A.G. Madureira, Definingcontrol strategies for micro grids, IEEE Transactions of PowerSystems, 2006, 21(2), 916–924.
  2. [2] Z. Miao, A. Domijan, and L. Fan, On integration of distributedenergy resources to micro grids – an overview, InternationalJournal of Power and Energy Systems, 2012, 32, 149.
  3. [3] R. Majumdar, S. Chakrabarti, and G. Ledwich, Advancebattery storage control for an autonomous micro grid, ElectricPower Components and Systems, 2013, 41, 157–181.
  4. [4] J.-H. Jeon, J.-Y. Kim, S.-ki Kim, Unified compensation controlof a hybrid energy storage system for enhancing power qualityand operation efficiency in a diesel and wind-turbine basedstand alone micro grid, 3rd IEEE Int. Symp. PEDG, Aalborg,Denmark, 2012.
  5. [5] E.M.A. Mokheimer, A. Al-Sharafi, and M.A. Habib, andI. Alzaharnah, A new study for hybrid PV/Wind of grid powergeneration systems with the comparison of results with Homer,International Journal of Green Energy, 2014, 5(5), 526–542.
  6. [6] H. Yang, W. Zhou, Lin Lu, et al., Optimal sizing method forstand-alone hybrid solar-wind system with LSPS technologyby using genetic algorithm, Solar Energy, 2008, 82, 357–367.
  7. [7] M.M. Rajan Singaravel and S. Arul Daniel, Studies on batterystorage requirement of PV fed wind-driven induction genera-tors, Energy Conversion and Management, 2013, 67, 34–43.
  8. [8] X. ke, N. Lu, and C. Jin, Control and size energy storagesystems for managing imbalance of variable resources, IEEETransactions on Sustainable Energy, 2015, 6, 70–78.
  9. [9] B. Zhao, X. Zhang, R. Li, K. Wang, et al., Optimal sizing,operating strategy and operational experience of a stand-alonemicro grid on Donghfushan island, Applied Energy, 2014, 113,1656–1666.
  10. [10] T.-c. Qu and C.-M. Hong, Dynamic operation and control ofmicro grid hybrid power system, Energy, 2014, 66, 314–323.
  11. [11] M. T. Hussain and Abu H.M.A. Rahim, Performance of a micro-grid including photovoltaic and wind generation systems, Inter-national Journal of Power and Energy Systems, 2013, 33, 22–29.
  12. [12] R. Majumder, Some aspects of stability in microgrid, IEEETransactions on Power Systems, 2013, 28(3), 3243–3252.
  13. [13] R. Kamel, A. Chaouachi, and K. Nagasaka, Detailed analysisof micro-grid stability during islanding mode under differentload conditions, Engineering (Scientific Research), 2011, 3(5),508–516.
  14. [14] A.H. Alaboudy, H.H. Zeineldin, and J.L. Kirtley, Microgrid sta-bility characterization subsequent to fault-triggered islandingincidents, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 2012, 27(2),658–669.
  15. [15] http://www.nrel.gov/midc/nwtc_m2/ (accessed Feb. 20,2015).
  16. [16] Y.M. Atwa, E.F. El-Saadany, M.M.A. Salama, and R. Seetha-pathy, Optimal renewable resources mix for distribution system energy loss minimization, IEEE Transactions of PowerSystems, 2010, 25 (1), 360–370.
  17. [17] J.H. Teng, Modeling distributed generations in three-phasedistribution load flow, IET Generation, Transmission &Distribution, 2008, 2(3), 330–340.
  18. [18] X.-S. Yang, Harmony search as a metaheuristic algorithm,Music-Inspired Harmony Search Algorithm: Theory and Ap-plications, in Z.W. Geem (ed.), Studies in ComputationalIntelligence, (Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010).
  19. [19] Y. Shengxiang, M. Li, and X. Liu, A grid based evolutionaryalgorithm for many-objective optimization, IEEE Transactionsof Evolutionary Computation, 2013, 17(5), 721–735.
  20. [20] K. Nekooei, M.M. Farsangi, An improved multi-objective har-mony search for optimal placement of DGS in distribution systems, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 2013, 4(1), 557–566.
  21. [21] S. Kayalvizhi, D.M. Vinod Kumar, and R. Siripuram, Distributed generation planning using peer enhanced multi-objective teaching-learning based optimization in distributionnetworks, Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India):Series B, 2017, 98(2), 203–211.

Important Links:

Go Back