Formalisme pour la supervision des systèmes hybrides multi-sources de générateurs d'énergie répartie : application à la gestion d'un micro réseau

Abstract : A microgrid is a promising future network architecture which is coupling the various generators and consumers in a distribution network. This hybrid multi-source system is composed of at least one conventional generation unit and possibly a storage unit and/or a production unit based on renewable energies. Using this structure allows an immediate minimization of the losses by the energy transport, a greater reliability of power delivery and an ability to provide a high power quality energy. In this paper, we study a microgrid based on the use of a micro gas turbine, a photovoltaic array and supercapacitors. All these sources are coupled to the microgrid by power electronic converters and are interconnected to a microgrid central controller. Some local controllers and the microgrid central controller are used for the studied microgrid to achieve its operation optimization. Therefore, the first part of this thesis is devoted to establish a formalism method for a systematic design of local controllers. The second part of this thesis is devoted to the management of all these production and storage units, in order to optimize the microgrid operating. Simulation and testing results validate our design of the microgrid controllers
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Engineering Sciences. Ecole Centrale de Lille, 2009. French. <NNT : 2009ECLI0006>


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Peng Li. Formalisme pour la supervision des systèmes hybrides multi-sources de générateurs d'énergie répartie : application à la gestion d'un micro réseau. Engineering Sciences. Ecole Centrale de Lille, 2009. French. <NNT : 2009ECLI0006>. <tel-00577099>

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