John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2018. — 683p. — ISBN-10 1119137365.The latest tools and techniques for addressing the challenges of 21st century power generation, renewable sources and distribution systems Renewable energy technologies and systems are advancing by leaps and bounds, and it's only a matter of time before renewables replace fossil fuel and nuclear energy sources. Written for practicing engineers, researchers and students alike, this book discusses state-of-the art mathematical and engineering tools for the modeling, simulation and control of renewable and mixed energy systems and related power electronics. Computational methods for multi-domain modeling of integrated energy systems and the solution of power electronics engineering problems are described in detail. Chapters follow a consistent format, featuring a brief introduction to the theoretical background, a description of problems to be solved, as well as objectives to be achieved. Multiple block diagrams, electrical circuits, and mathematical analysis and/or computer code are provided throughout. And each chapter concludes with discussions of lessons learned, recommendations for further studies, and suggestions for experimental work.Key topics covered in detail include: Integration of the most usual sources of electrical power and related thermal systems Equations for energy systems and power electronics focusing on state-space and power circuit oriented simulations MATLABand Simulinkmodels and functions and their interactions with real-world implementations using microprocessors and microcontrollers Numerical integration techniques, transfer-function modeling, harmonic analysis, and power quality performance assessment MATLAB/Simulink, Power Systems Toolbox, and PSIM for the simulation of power electronic circuits, including for renewable energy sources such as wind and solar sources Written by distinguished experts in the field, Integration of Renewable Sources of Energy, 2nd Edition is a valuable working resource for practicing engineers interested in power electronics, power systems, power quality, and alternative or renewable energy. It is also a valuable text/reference for undergraduate and graduate electrical engineering students. Contents Alternative Sources of Energy Principles of Thermodynamics Hydroelectric Power Plants Wind Power Plants Thermosolar Power Plants Photovoltaic Power Plants Power Plants with Fuel Cells Biomass‐Powered Microplants Microturbines Earth Core and Solar Heated Geothermal Energy Plants Thermocouple, Sea Waves, Tide, MHD, and Piezoelectric Power Plants Induction Generators Permanent Magnet Generators Storage Systems Integration of Alternative Sources of Energy Distributed Generation Interconnection of Alternative Energy Sources with the Grid Micropower System Modeling with HOMER Appendix A. Diesel Power Plants Appendix B. The Stirling Engine
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