IJREE – Volume 5 Issue 3 Paper 3


Author’s Name :  R Elangovan | Dr D Sabapathi

Volume 05 Issue 03  Year 2018  ISSN No: 2349-2503  Page no: 9 – 12



Wind generation (WG) is that the maximum extensive renewable vitality resource within the world. However, this operation certainly results in a rise within the issues caused by WG, e.g. frequency oscillations, power fluctuations or voltage variations. To beat these issues, the employment of an influence acquisition system (PCS) not to mention a metal reaction flow battery (VRFB) is projected during this study. The PCS contains of a dispersal static synchronous compensator coupled to a dc/dc chopper. The PCS/VRFB careful model is conferred and a three-level system is developed. A performance characteristic of the device and the dynamic response of the PCS/VRFB is evaluated through simulation tests, are obtained by suggests that of the variation of the capacity references. The results obtained from the system projected permits mitigating the issues caused by alternative energy generation.


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