Title: Modelling of renewable energy production based on systemic analysis method

Authors: Raja Glaa; Mohamed Najeh Lakhoua; Lilia El Amraoui

Addresses: Research Laboratory Smart Electricity and ICT, SEICT, National Engineering School of Carthage (ENICarthage), University of Carthage, Tunisia ' Research Laboratory Smart Electricity and ICT, SEICT, National Engineering School of Carthage (ENICarthage), University of Carthage, Tunisia ' Research Laboratory Smart Electricity and ICT, SEICT, National Engineering School of Carthage (ENICarthage), University of Carthage, Tunisia

Abstract: The technological advances, industrialisation and the need for modern comfort make the use of electricity necessary and urgent. This allows researchers and engineers to find solutions to the challenges of electricity, integrate renewable energies, increase control and supervision. This paper presents in the first part, the photovoltaic energy production chain as well as the wind production energy chain. In the second part, it presents the need of objective oriented project planning (OOPP) method for systemic analysis and modelling. Then, we present the activities matrix based on the systems modelling with the OOPP method in order to analyse the general objectives identified: analysis of the photovoltaic production energy, analysis of the wind farm, and finally analysis of the advanced control strategies.

Keywords: renewable energy production; photovoltaic systems; wind power systems; advanced control and supervision; systemic analysis; OOPP method.

DOI: 10.1504/IJASS.2018.103763

International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies, 2018 Vol.8 No.4, pp.315 - 328

Received: 23 Feb 2018
Accepted: 26 Dec 2018

Published online: 26 Nov 2019 *

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