|Author||: Haitham Abu-Rub,Mariusz Malinowski,Kamal Al-Haddad|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2014-06-02|
|ISBN 10||: 1118755502|
|Pages||: 832 pages|
Compiles current research into the analysis and design ofpower electronic converters for industrial applications andrenewable energy systems, presenting modern and future applicationsof power electronics systems in the field of electricalvehicles With emphasis on the importance and long-term viability of PowerElectronics for Renewable Energy this book brings together thestate of the art knowledge and cutting-edge techniques in variousstages of research. The topics included are not currentlyavailable for practicing professionals and aim to enable the readerto directly apply the knowledge gained to their designs. The bookaddresses the practical issues of current and future electric andplug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and focuses primarily onpower electronics and motor drives based solutions for electricvehicle (EV) technologies. Propulsion system requirements and motorsizing for EVs is discussed, along with practical system sizingexamples. Key EV battery technologies are explained as well ascorresponding battery management issues. PHEV power systemarchitectures and advanced power electronics intensive charginginfrastructures for EVs and PHEVs are detailed. EV/PHEV interfacewith renewable energy is described, with practical examples. Thisbook explores new topics for further research needed world-wide,and defines existing challenges, concerns, and selected problemsthat comply with international trends, standards, and programs forelectric power conversion, distribution, and sustainable energydevelopment. It will lead to the advancement of the currentstate-of-the art applications of power electronics for renewableenergy, transportation, and industrial applications and will helpadd experience in the various industries and academia about theenergy conversion technology and distributed energysources. Combines state of the art global expertise to present thelatest research on power electronics and its application intransportation, renewable energy and different industrialapplications Offers an overview of existing technology and future trends,with discussion and analysis of different types of converters andcontrol techniques (power converters, high performance powerdevices, power system, high performance control system and novelapplications) Systematic explanation to provide researchers with enoughbackground and understanding to go deeper in the topics covered inthe book
Energy conversion techniques are key in power electronics and even more so in renewable energy source systems, which require a large number of converters. Renewable Energy Systems: Advanced Conversion Technologies and Applications describes advanced conversion technologies and provides design examples of converters and inverters for renewable energy systems—including wind turbine and solar panel energy systems. Learn Cutting-Edge Techniques for Converters and Inverters Setting the scene, the book begins with a review of the basics of astronomy and Earth physics. It then systematically introduces more than 200 topologies of advanced converters originally developed by the authors, including 150 updated circuits on modern conversion technologies. It also discusses recently published topologies and thoroughly analyzes new converter circuits. Novel approaches include split-capacitor and split-inductor techniques that can be applied in super-lift and other converters. Resolve Historic Problems in Conversion Technologies Along with offering many cutting-edge techniques, the authors resolve some historic problems, such as the accurate determination of the conduction angle of single-phase rectifiers and power factor correction. They also describe a new series—laddered multilevel inverters—that uses few devices to produce more levels, overcoming the drawbacks of the pulse-width-modulation (PWM) inverter and providing great scope for industrial applications. Tap the Knowledge of Pioneers in the Field This book is written by pioneers in advanced conversion technology who have created a large number of converters, including the world-renowned DC/DC Luo-converters and super-lift Luo-converters. Featuring numerous examples and diagrams, it guides readers in designing advanced converters for use in renewable energy systems.
This derivative volume stemming from content included in our seminal Power Electronics Handbook takes its chapters related to renewables and establishes them at the core of a new volume dedicated to the increasingly pivotal and as yet under-published intersection of Power Electronics and Alternative Energy. While this re-versioning provides a corollary revenue stream to better leverage our core handbook asset, it does more than simply re-package existing content. Each chapter will be significantly updated and expanded by more than 50%, and all new introductory and summary chapters will be added to contextualize and tie the volume together. Therefore, unlike traditional derivative volumes, we will be able to offer new and updated material to the market and include this largely original content in our ScienceDirect Energy collection. Due to the inherently multi-disciplinary nature of renewables, many engineers come from backgrounds in Physics, Materials, or Chemical Engineering, and therefore do not have experience working in-depth with electronics. As more and more alternative and distributed energy systems require grid hook-ups and on-site storage, a working knowledge of batteries, inverters and other power electronics components becomes requisite. Further, as renewables enjoy broadening commercial implementation, power electronics professionals are interested to learn of the challenges and strategies particular to applications in alternative energy. This book will bring each group up-to-speed with the primary issues of importance at this technological node. This content clarifies the juncture of two key coverage areas for our Energy portfolio: alternative sources and power systems. It serves to bridge the information in our power engineering and renewable energy lists, supporting the growing grid cluster in the former and adding key information on practical implementation to the latter. Provides a thorough overview of the key technologies, methods and challenges for implementing power electronics in alternative energy systems for optimal power generation Includes hard-to-find information on how to apply converters, inverters, batteries, controllers and more for stand-alone and grid-connected systems Covers wind and solar applications, as well as ocean and geothermal energy, hybrid systems and fuel cells
This new resource is a practical overview of designing, testing and troubleshooting power electronics in alternative energy systems, providing you with the most important information on how power electronics components such as inverters, controllers and batteries can play a pivotal role in the successful implementation of green energy solutions for both stand-alone and grid-connected applications. You will learn how to choose the right components for diverse systems, from utility-scale wind farms to photovoltaic panels on single residences, how to get the most out of existing systems, and how to solve the tough challenges particular to alternative energy applications. Whether you are a renewables professional who needs to understand more about how power electronics impact energy output, or a power engineer who is interested in learning what new avenues the alternative energy revolution is opening for your work, start here with advice and explanations from the experts, including equations, diagrams and tables designed to help you understand and succeed. Provides a thorough overview of the key technologies, methods and challenges for implementing power electronics in alternative energy systems for optimal power generation Includes hard-to-find information on how to apply converters, inverters, batteries, controllers and more for stand-alone and grid-connected systems Covers wind and solar applications, as well as ocean and geothermal energy, hybrid systems and fuel cells
Wind energy is now the world's fastest growing energy source. In the past 10 years, the global wind energy capacity has increased rapidly. The installed global wind power capacity has grown to 47.317GW from about 3.5GW in 1994. The global wind power industry installed 7976 MW in 2004, an increase in total installed generating capacity of 20%. The phenomenal growth in the wind energy industry can be attributed to the concerns to the environmental issues, and research and development of innovative cost-reducing technologies.
|Author||: Adrian Ioinovici|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2013-04-02|
|ISBN 10||: 1118443357|
|Pages||: 464 pages|
Power Electronics and Energy Conversion Systems is adefinitive five-volume reference spanning classical theory throughpractical applications and consolidating the latest advancements inenergy conversion technology. Comprehensive yet highly accessible,each volume is organised in a basic-to-sophisticated crescendo,providing a single-source reference for undergraduate and graduatestudents, researchers and designers. Volume 1 Fundamentals and Hard-switching Converters introduces thekey challenges in power electronics from basic components tooperation principles and presents classical hard- andsoft-switching DC to DC converters, rectifiers and inverters. At amore advanced level, it provides comprehensive analysis of DC andAC models comparing the available approaches for their derivationand results. A full treatment of DC to DC hard-switching convertersis given, from fundamentals to modern industrial solutions andpractical engineering insight. The author elucidates variouscontradictions and misunderstandings in the literature, forexample, in the treatment of the discontinuous conduction operationor in deriving AC small-signal models of converters. Other key features: • Consolidates the latest advancements in hard-switchingconverters including discontinuous capacitor voltage mode, andtheir use in power-factor-correction applications • Includes fully worked design examples, exercises, and casestudies, with discussion of the practical consequences of eachchoice made during the design • Explains all topics in detail with step-by-step derivationof formulas appropriate for energy conversion courses • End-of-section review of the learned material • Includes topics treated in recent journal, conference andindustry application coverage on solutions, theory and practicalconcerns With emphasis on clear explanation, the text offers both athorough understanding of DC to DC converters for undergraduate andgraduate students in power electronics, and more detailed materialsuitable for researchers, designers and practising engineersworking on the development and design of power electronics. This isan accessible reference for engineering and procurement managersfrom industries such as consumer electronics, integrated circuits,aerospace and renewable energy.
Also called energy scavenging, energy harvesting captures, stores, and uses "clean" energy sources by employing interfaces, storage devices, and other units. Unlike conventional electric power generation systems, renewable energy harvesting does not use fossil fuels and the generation units can be decentralized, thereby significantly reducing transmission and distribution losses. But advanced technical methods must be developed to increase the efficiency of devices in harvesting energy from environmentally friendly, "green" resources and converting them into electrical energy. Recognizing this need, Energy Harvesting: Solar, Wind, and Ocean Energy Conversion Systems describes various energy harvesting technologies, different topologies, and many types of power electronic interfaces for stand-alone utilization or grid connection of energy harvesting applications. Along with providing all the necessary concepts and theoretical background, the authors develop simulation models throughout the text to build a practical understanding of system analysis and modeling. With a focus on solar energy, the first chapter discusses the I−V characteristics of photovoltaic (PV) systems, PV models and equivalent circuits, sun tracking systems, maximum power point tracking systems, shading effects, and power electronic interfaces for grid-connected and stand-alone PV systems. It also presents sizing criteria for applications and modern solar energy applications, including residential, vehicular, naval, and space applications. The next chapter reviews different types of wind turbines and electrical machines as well as various power electronic interfaces. After explaining the energy generation technologies, optimal operation principles, and possible utilization techniques of ocean tidal energy harvesting, the book explores near- and offshore approaches for harvesting the kinetic and potential energy of ocean waves. It also describes the required absorber, turbine, and generator types, along with the power electronic interfaces for grid connection and commercialized ocean wave energy conversion applications. The final chapter deals with closed, open, and hybrid-cycle ocean thermal energy conversion systems.
Power electronics, which is a rapidly growing area in terms of research and applications, uses modern electronics technology to convert electric power from one form to another, such as ac-dc, dc-dc, dc-ac, and ac-ac with a variable output magnitude and frequency. Power electronics has many applications in our every day life such as air-conditioners, electric cars, sub-way trains, motor drives, renewable energy sources and power supplies for computers. This book covers all aspects of switching devices, converter circuit topologies, control techniques, analytical methods and some examples of their applications. * 25% new content * Reorganized and revised into 8 sections comprising 43 chapters * Coverage of numerous applications, including uninterruptable power supplies and automotive electrical systems * New content in power generation and distribution, including solar power, fuel cells, wind turbines, and flexible transmission
Power Electronics Basics: Operating Principles, Design, Formulas, and Applications provides fundamental knowledge for the analysis and design of modern power electronic devices. This concise and user-friendly resource: Explains the basic concepts and most important terms of power electronics Describes the power assemblies, control, and passive components of semiconductor power switches Covers the control of power electronic devices, from mathematical modeling to the analysis of the electrical processes Addresses pulse-width modulation, power quality control, and multilevel, modular, and multicell power converter topologies Discusses line-commutated and resonant converters, as well as inverters and AC converters based on completely controllable switches Explores cutting-edge applications of power electronics, including renewable energy production and storage, fuel cells, and electric drives Power Electronics Basics: Operating Principles, Design, Formulas, and Applications supplies graduate students, industry professionals, researchers, and academics with a solid understanding of the underlying theory, while offering an overview of the latest achievements and development prospects in the power electronics industry.
|Author||: Venkata Yaramasu,Bin Wu|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2016-11-23|
|ISBN 10||: 1119082994|
|Pages||: 512 pages|
Model Predictive Control of Wind Energy Conversion Systems addresses the predicative control strategy that has emerged as a promising digital control tool within the field of power electronics, variable-speed motor drives, and energy conversion systems. The authors provide a comprehensive analysis on the model predictive control of power converters employed in a wide variety of variable-speed wind energy conversion systems (WECS). The contents of this book includes an overview of wind energy system configurations, power converters for variable-speed WECS, digital control techniques, MPC, modeling of power converters and wind generators for MPC design. Other topics include the mapping of continuous-time models to discrete-time models by various exact, approximate, and quasi-exact discretization methods, modeling and control of wind turbine grid-side two-level and multilevel voltage source converters. The authors also focus on the MPC of several power converter configurations for full variable-speed permanent magnet synchronous generator based WECS, squirrel-cage induction generator based WECS, and semi-variable-speed doubly fed induction generator based WECS. Furthermore, this book: Analyzes a wide variety of practical WECS, illustrating important concepts with case studies, simulations, and experimental results Provides a step-by-step design procedure for the development of predictive control schemes for various WECS configurations Describes continuous- and discrete-time modeling of wind generators and power converters, weighting factor selection, discretization methods, and extrapolation techniques Presents useful material for other power electronic applications such as variable-speed motor drives, power quality conditioners, electric vehicles, photovoltaic energy systems, distributed generation, and high-voltage direct current transmission. Explores S-Function Builder programming in MATLAB environment to implement various MPC strategies through the companion website Reflecting the latest technologies in the field, Model Predictive Control of Wind Energy Conversion Systems is a valuable reference for academic researchers, practicing engineers, and other professionals. It can also be used as a textbook for graduate-level and advanced undergraduate courses.
|Author||: Sudipta Chakraborty,Marcelo G. Simões,William E. Kramer|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2013-06-12|
|ISBN 10||: 1447151046|
|Pages||: 609 pages|
While most books approach power electronics and renewable energy as two separate subjects, Power Electronics for Renewable and Distributed Energy Systems takes an integrative approach; discussing power electronic converters topologies, controls and integration that are specific to the renewable and distributed energy system applications. An overview of power electronic technologies is followed by the introduction of various renewable and distributed energy resources that includes photovoltaics, wind, small hydroelectric, fuel cells, microturbines and variable speed generation. Energy storage systems such as battery and fast response storage systems are discussed along with application-specific examples. After setting forth the fundamentals, the chapters focus on more complex topics such as modular power electronics, microgrids and smart grids for integrating renewable and distributed energy. Emerging topics such as advanced electric vehicles and distributed control paradigm for power system control are discussed in the last two chapters. With contributions from subject matter experts, the diagrams and detailed examples provided in each chapter make Power Electronics for Renewable and Distributed Energy Systems a sourcebook for electrical engineers and consultants working to deploy various renewable and distributed energy systems and can serve as a comprehensive guide for the upper-level undergraduates and graduate students across the globe.
|Author||: Ahmad Hemami|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2017-09-29|
|ISBN 10||: 1482261782|
|Pages||: 802 pages|
Electricity and Electronics for Renewable Energy Technology: An Introduction provides a foundational understanding of electricity and the methods and devices specific to electricity from renewable sources. The book begins with a brief explanation of the necessary mathematics and then: Addresses the basics of electricity and relationships, motors and generators, transformers, and networks and distribution Tackles the key concepts associated with electronics, diodes and transistors, switching devices, and power converters Covers digital electronics from number systems and logic circuits to encoders and decoders Explores advanced subjects such as reactive power and the operation of a transistor A lab manual and PowerPoint presentation are available with qualifying course adoption. Featuring extensive review questions and practice problems at the end of each chapter, Electricity and Electronics for Renewable Energy Technology: An Introduction instills an essential knowledge of electricity and electronics required for work with renewable energy.
|Author||: Yongheng Yang,Katherine A. Kim,Frede Blaabjerg,Ariya Sangwongwanich|
|Publisher||: Woodhead Publishing|
|Release Date||: 2018-08-21|
|ISBN 10||: 0081023405|
|Pages||: 213 pages|
Advances in Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Power Conversion Systems addresses the technological challenges of fluctuating and unreliable power supply in grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) systems to help students, researchers, and engineers work toward more PV installations in the grid to make society more sustainable and reliable while complying with grid regulations. The authors combine their extensive knowledge and experience in this book to address both the basics of the power electronic converter technology and the advances of such practical electric power conversion systems. This book includes extensive, step-by-step practical application examples to assist students and engineers to better understand the role of power electronics in modern PV applications and solve the practical issues in grid-connected PV systems. Offers a step-by-step modeling approach to solving the practical issues and technological challenges in grid-connected PV systems Provides practical application examples to assist the reader to better understand the role of power electronics in modern PV applications Extends to the most modern technologies for grid-friendly PV systems
Filling the need for a reference that explains the behavior of power electronic converters, this book provides information currently unavailable in similar texts on power electronics. Clearly organized into four parts, the first treats the dynamics and control of conventional converters, while the second part covers the dynamics and control of DC-DC converters in renewable energy applications, including an introduction to the sources as well as the design of current-fed converters applying duality-transformation methods. The third part treats the dynamics and control of three-phase rectifiers in voltage-sourced applications, and the final part looks at the dynamics and control of three-phase inverters in renewable-energy applications. With its future-oriented perspective and advanced, first-hand knowledge, this is a prime resource for researchers and practicing engineers needing a ready reference on the design and control of power electronic converters.
Acquire an All-in-One Toolkit for Expertly Designing, Modeling, and Constructing High-Performance Fuel Cells Designing and Building Fuel Cells equips you with a hands-on guide for the design, modeling, and construction of fuel cells that perform as well or better than some of the best fuel cells on the market today. Filled with over 120 illustrations and schematics of fuel cells and components, this “one-stop” guide covers fuel cell applications...fuels and the hydrogen economy...fuel cell chemistry, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry...fuel cell modeling, materials, and system design...fuel types, delivery, and processing...fuel cell operating conditions...fuel cell characterization...and much more. Authoritative and practical, Designing and Building Fuel Cells features: Complete information on stack design The latest fuel cell modeling techniques Guidance on cutting-edge materials and components Expert accounts of fuel cell types, processing, and optimization A step-by-step example for constructing a fuel cell Inside This State-of-the-Art Fuel Cell Sourcebook Introduction • Fuel Cell Applications • Fuel Cells and the Hydrogen Economy • Basic Fuel Cell Chemistry and Thermodynamics • Fuel Cell Electrochemistry • Fuel Cell Charge Transport • Fuel Cell Mass Transport • Fuel Cell Heat Transport • Fuel Cell Modeling • Fuel Cell Materials • Fuel Cell Stack Components and Materials • Fuel Cell Stack Design • Fuel Cell System Design • Fuel Types, Delivery, and Processing • Fuel Cell Operating Conditions • Fuel Cell Characterization
Power Conversion of Renewable Energy Systems presents an introduction to conventional energy conversion components and systems, as well as those related to renewable energy. This volume introduces systems first, and then in subsequent chapters describes the components of energy systems in detail. Readers will find examples of renewable and conventional energy and power systems, including energy conversion, variable-speed drives and power electronics, in addition to magnetic devices such as transformers and rotating machines. Applications of PSpice, MATLAB, and Mathematica are also included, along with solutions to over 100 application examples. Power Conversion of Renewable Energy Systems aims to instruct readers how to actively apply the theories discussed within. It would be an ideal volume for researchers, students and engineers working with energy systems and renewable energy.
|Author||: Qing-Chang Zhong,Tomas Hornik|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2012-11-16|
|ISBN 10||: 1118481798|
|Pages||: 440 pages|
Integrating renewable energy and other distributed energysources into smart grids, often via power inverters, is arguablythe largest “new frontier” for smart grid advancements.Inverters should be controlled properly so that their integrationdoes not jeopardize the stability and performance of power systemsand a solid technical backbone is formed to facilitate otherfunctions and services of smart grids. This unique reference offers systematic treatment of importantcontrol problems in power inverters, and different generalconverter theories. Starting at a basic level, it presentsconventional power conversion methodologies and then‘non-conventional’ methods, with a highly accessiblesummary of the latest developments in power inverters as well asinsight into the grid connection of renewable power. Consisting of four parts – Power Quality Control, NeutralLine Provision, Power Flow Control, and Synchronisation –this book fully demonstrates the integration of control and powerelectronics. Key features include: the fundamentals of power processing and hardware design innovative control strategies to systematically treat thecontrol of power inverters extensive experimental results for most of the controlstrategies presented the pioneering work on “synchronverters” which hasgained IET Highly Commended Innovation Award Engineers working on inverter design and those at power systemutilities can learn how advanced control strategies could improvesystem performance and work in practice. The book is a usefulreference for researchers who are interested in the area of controlengineering, power electronics, renewable energy and distributedgeneration, smart grids, flexible AC transmission systems, andpower systems for more-electric aircraft and all-electric ships.This is also a handy text for graduate students and universityprofessors in the areas of electrical power engineering, advancedcontrol engineering, power electronics, renewable energy and smartgrid integration.
|Author||: Bin Wu,Yongqiang Lang,Navid Zargari,Samir Kouro|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2011-08-09|
|ISBN 10||: 0470593652|
|Pages||: 480 pages|
The book presents the latest power conversion and control technology in modern wind energy systems. It has nine chapters, covering technology overview and market survey, electric generators and modeling, power converters and modulation techniques, wind turbine characteristics and configurations, and control schemes for fixed- and variable-speed wind energy systems. The book also provides in-depth steady-state and dynamic analysis of squirrel cage induction generator, doubly fed induction generator, and synchronous generator based wind energy systems. To illustrate the key concepts and help the reader tackle real-world issues, the book contains more than 30 case studies and 100 solved problems in addition to simulations and experiments. The book serves as a comprehensive reference for academic researchers and practicing engineers. It can also be used as a textbook for graduate students and final year undergraduate students.
A comprehensive reference to renewable energy technologies with a focus on power generation and integration into power systems This book addresses the generation of energy (primarily electrical) through various renewable sources. It discusses solar and wind power—two major resources that are now in use in small as well as large-scale power production—and their requirements for effectively using advanced control techniques.In addition, the book looks at theintegration of renewable energy in the power grid and its ability to work in a micro grid. Operation and Control of Renewable Energy Systems describes the numerous types of renewable energy sources available and the basic principles involving energy conversion, including the theory of fluid mechanics and the laws of thermodynamics. Chapter coverage includes the theory of power electronics and various electric power generators, grid scale energy storage systems, photovoltaic power generation, solar thermal energy conversion technology, horizontal and vertical wind turbines for power generation, and more. Covers integration into power systems with an emphasis on microgrids Introduces a wide range of subjects related to renewable energy systems, including energy storage, microgrids, and battery technologies Includes tutorial materials such as up-to-date references for wind energy, grid connection, and power electronics—plus worked examples and solutions Operation and Control of Renewable Energy Systems is the perfect introduction to renewable energy technologies for undergraduate and graduate students and can also be very useful to practicing engineers.
Modern power electronic converters are involved in a very broad spectrum of applications: switched-mode power supplies, electrical-machine-motion-control, active power filters, distributed power generation, flexible AC transmission systems, renewable energy conversion systems and vehicular technology, among them. Power Electronics Converters Modeling and Control teaches the reader how to analyze and model the behavior of converters and so to improve their design and control. Dealing with a set of confirmed algorithms specifically developed for use with power converters, this text is in two parts: models and control methods. The first is a detailed exposition of the most usual power converter models: · switched and averaged models; · small/large-signal models; and · time/frequency models. The second focuses on three groups of control methods: · linear control approaches normally associated with power converters; · resonant controllers because of their significance in grid-connected applications; and · nonlinear control methods including feedback linearization, stabilizing, passivity-based, and variable-structure control. Extensive case-study illustration and end-of-chapter exercises reinforce the study material. Power Electronics Converters Modeling and Control addresses the needs of graduate students interested in power electronics, providing a balanced understanding of theoretical ideas coupled with pragmatic tools based on control engineering practice in the field. Academics teaching power electronics will find this an attractive course text and the practical points make the book useful for self tuition by engineers and other practitioners wishing to bring their knowledge up to date.