Electric power management in a microgrid analyzing photovoltaic arrays and a turbine-generator system

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https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.20210951

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Central composition design, microgrid, optimization, process simulation, regression

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One of the priority objectives of microgrids is to achieve energy self-sufficiency, generally resorting to distributed generation sources and backup systems; however, they are usually connected to conventional electrical networks that ensure supply to the loads. Addressing this problem, this work presents a proposal (managing elements) to minimize the dependence of power from the external electrical system in the months of greatest demand and thus guarantee the supply of the other months. The proposed methodology compares two statistical techniques: central composition design with 20 simulated experimental replicas and regression with 28. In both cases, the monthly average purchased power is analyzed as a primary response and its standard deviation as a secondary. The study variables are seven photovoltaic arrays and the feed characteristics of the turbine-generator storage of the microgrid of the Center for Development of Renewable Energies (CEDER), belonging to the Center for Energy Research, Environmental and Technological (CIEMAT). The results, with high predictive quality supported by indexes of approach to the real values of solar radiation and the operation of the turbine-generator binomial, provide regions where CEDER has the possibility of increasing the capacities of solar systems and/or modifying the geometry of the mini-hydraulics supply according to your specific conditions.
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Raúl Alberto López-Meraz, Universidad Veracruzana

Chemical Sciences and Engineerings Department

Luis Hernández-Callejo, Universidad de Valladolid

PhD Universidad de Valladolid, Campus Universitario Duques de Soria

Luis Omar Jamed Boza, Universidad Veracruzana

Chemical Sciences and Engineerings Department

Jorge Arturo Del Ángel Ramos, Universidad Veracruzana

Chemical Sciencias and Engineerings Department

Juan José Marín Hernández, Universidad Veracruzana

Chemical Sciences and Engineering Department

Victor Alonso Gómez, Universidad de Valladolid

PhD,  Applied Physic Department

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2021-09-01

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López-Meraz, R. A., Hernández-Callejo, L., Jamed Boza, L. O., Del Ángel Ramos, J. A., Marín Hernández, J. J., & Gómez, V. A. (2021). Electric power management in a microgrid analyzing photovoltaic arrays and a turbine-generator system. Revista Facultad De Ingeniería Universidad De Antioquia. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.20210951

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