Modeling and Simulation of Hybrid Wind/Photovoltaic for Improvement of Reliability of The DC Microgrid
This paper presents modeling and simulation of an autonomous DC microgrid in Matlab Simulink environment. The proposed microgrid system consists of a wind turbine, solar PV array ac grid and DC loads. The wind turbine &Ac grid is interfaced to the microgrid with a rectifier and a buck converter which are controlled to maintain a constant DC bus voltage. While the PV array is connected via a boost converter which extracts maximum power from the circuit. the microgrid system also consists of a Energy Storage System (ESS) which is connected via a bidirectional buck-boost converter. The overall stability of the microgrid is maintained by the control action of the ESS. DC microgid system have been analyzed and simulation done using Matlab.
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