The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2014. — 400 p.Electrical Design for Ocean Wave and Tidal Energy Systems provides an electrical engineering perspective on offshore power stations and their integration to the grid. With contributions from a panel of leading international experts, this book is essential reading for those working in ocean energy development and renewable energy. Wave and tidal energy engineering has developed strongly in the past decade, with hundred-MW arrays of full scale grid connected wave and tidal devices planned for the next few years. Electrical Design for Ocean Wave and Tidal Energy Systems provides an electrical engineering perspective on these offshore power stations and their integration to the grid. Topics covered include: the selection and sizing of generators and their interaction with power electronics, power cables, connectors and umbilicals; grid integration and power quality issues; energy storage; the implementation of control systems in ocean energy devices modelling and simulation; the relative costings of various systems; and the influence of electrical design on overall project lifetime cost. With contributions from a panel of leading international experts, Electrical Design for Ocean Wave and Tidal Energy Systems is essential reading for electrical design engineers, researchers and students working in ocean energy development and renewable energy.IntroductionElectrical generators in ocean energy converters Overview of generator drive train options Overview of generator functionality in ocean energy converters Generators in wave energy systems Generators in tidal energy systems Power electronics for generator control in ocean energy convertersCabling umbilical and array layout Definition of grid connection layout Engineering of grid connection infrastructures Dynamic cable and connector designGrid integration: part I – power system interactions of wave energy generators Interaction of wave energy generation with the electrical grid Off-grid operation of ocean energy systemsGrid integration: part II – power quality issues Power quality of waveform Power quality of supply Guidelines and standardsGrid integration: part III – case studies Case study: tidal energy – SeaGen Case study: wave energy Capacity value of wave energyElectrical energy storage systems Motivations for energy storage Approaches to implementation of energy storage Electrical energy storage – technology description EES case studies Issues associated with electrical energy storage Sizing of the capacity according to performance criterionsControl systems – design and implementation Overview of control scheme Implications of control schemes for electrical system design in tidal energy converters Implications of control schemes for electrical system design in wave energy convertersModelling and simulation techniques Resource to wire modelling for tidal turbines Resource to wire modelling techniques for wave energy converters Power system dynamic modelsEconomics of ocean energy electrical systems Economic challenges and optimization of ocean energy electrical systems Ocean energy system economics and cost of electricity
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