Hybrid Energy Generation System with Brushless Generators


  • S Govinda Raju Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, A.P., India.


Microgrid, PMBLDC, Power quality, Voltage regulation, Hybrid Renewable Power Generation


Technical and economic problems are connected with the capacity extension of the grid to remote areas. The discovery and usage of interconnected power production using alternative power supply sources has been promoted. This article proposes a fulfillment with the use of Voltage Source Converter (VSC) and brushless generators with a standalone micro grid topology. With numerous Renewable Energy Sources (RES), including solar PV and wind the micro grid device is energized. However, to ensure the system's stability, a Diesel Generator (DG) collection and a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) are also used. The topology suggested has the benefit of less few switches and easy power. The structure applied has been fixed as an AC supply by DG. The wind and PV sources are DC sources related to the VSC DC connection. At the DC connection, the BESS is often used to promote the instantaneous equilibrium of power under complex conditions. The VSC further has the potential to alleviate power quality challenges such as harmonics, voltage control and load balancing, in addition to system integration. To illustrate all the capabilities of the proposed method, a good range of Matlab/Simulink yield outcomes are conferred.


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Govinda Raju, S. (2021). Hybrid Energy Generation System with Brushless Generators. International Transactions on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2(2), 70-80. Retrieved from http://iteecs.com/index.php/iteecs/article/view/11