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International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Drives

International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Drives (IJIED)

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International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Drives (4 papers in press)

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  • Water Pumping for Elevated Storage Using PV Doubly-Fed Induction Motor Drive   Order a copy of this article
    by Osama Mohamed Arafa, Mahmoud Ahmed Salem, Ahmed Aly Mansour, Yousry Abdel Gawad Atia 
    Abstract: In remote locations with rich solar insolation, simple and effective nano-gird schemes for day-hours feeding of the important pumping loads and auxiliary AC loads are highly desired. In this paper, a pump drive based on a PV doubly-fed induction motor is introduced. The desired operational features of such nano-grid such as unity power factor of the pump drive, stable supply of auxiliary ac load, and flexible distribution of power between pumping and ac auxiliary load as well as maximum power point tracking could be all realised using a partially rated rotor side PWM inverter along with an off-the-shelf full-rating standard inverter. The paper explains the design of the different necessary control loops such as the MPPT loop, the dc-link loops and the rotor current loops. The dynamic performance of the system is tested under varying insolation and auxiliary ac load conditions.
    Keywords: doubly-fed induction motor; DFIM; variable speed drives; centrifugal pump drives; total harmonic distortion; THD; unity power factor; maximum power point tracking; MPPT; hill climb search; HCS; fuzzy logic controller; FLC.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJIED.2020.10030139
  • Modelling and Simulation of a Multi-Machine Power System incorporating Power system Stabilizers and Static Var Compensators for transient stability enhancement   Order a copy of this article
    by Insha Muzaffer Mattu, Sabah Un Nisa, Mairaj Ud Din Mufti 
    Abstract: This paper presents a model of a multi-machine system and examines the efficacy of power system stabilizers and static VAR compensator in transient stability enhancement. The main contribution of this work is a compact, user-friendly and comprehensive model to analyse and reinforce the system stability through a coordinated focus on damping of electromechanical oscillations and suppression of voltage deviations. The model is developed by integration of various mathematical equations pertaining to synchronous machines and some network equations . To test the effectiveness of the proposed model, MATLAB based simulations are carried out by subjecting the system to challenging transients. The performance evaluation of the model incorporating both power system stabilizers and static VAR compensator is tested against the individual performance of each. It is found that the model is effective in maintaining transient stability as well as improving transient stability limits.
    Keywords: MATLAB/Simulink; Power system stabilizer; Static VAR Compensator; Multi machine power system; Transient stability.

  • Optimization of the Dynamic Performance of the Photo-Voltaic and Wind-Turbine Hybrid-Energy System using the Particle-Swarm Optimization Technique   Order a copy of this article
    by Mostafa S. Fathy, Hilmy Awad, Hosam Hegazy, E.E. Elkholy 
    Abstract: In order to overcome the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources, two or more renewable sources are connected together forming hybrid systems. The main aim of this paper is to investigate and improve the dynamic performance of a hybrid photovoltaic and wind turbine (PV-WT) system under various operational conditions. The hybrid energy system consists of PV and doubly-fed induction generator wind turbine, which are connected together through a DC link. In order to improve the dynamic performance, a particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm is proposed for tuning the controllers of system converters. The obtained optimum gains are then implemented in a simulation model using the MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. The simulation results in the case of optimized gains are compared to the results with an initial-design results in the relevant literature. The results show that the dynamic performance of the system is improved in terms of speed and steady-state error.
    Keywords: Photovoltaic (PV); Maximum Power Point tracking (MPPT); Doubly-Fed Induction Generator (DFIG); PSO algorithm.

  • Hybrid PV/FC System Design and Simulation   Order a copy of this article
    by Samia Abdalfatah, Hilmy Awad, Hosam Hegazy, E.E. Elkholy 
    Abstract: As the power generated by a Photovoltaic (PV) system is affected by the weather conditions, there must be storage units to store and deliver energy as per customer needs. One of the potential solutions to this issue is the integration of the PV generator with electrolytic hydrogen and fuel cell (FC). This paper proposes a hybrid-power system that combines a PV generator, Proton-Exchange-Membrane FC, Electrolyzes (ELZ) and hydrogen tanks to serve as energy storage. Depending on the amount of solar radiation, two approaches of connecting the PV generator and FCs are implemented. In the first approach, the FC acts like a backup for the PV system while with the second approach, a hybrid PV-FC generation system is employed. A model of the (ELZ) is implemented in order to simulate the production and storing of hydrogen. The operation of the fuel cell is simulated and analyzed using Matlab/Simulink where many of the encountered problems were solved. The simulation results of the proposed system prove that it can efficiently solve the intermittent nature of the PV energy systems while preserving the environment.
    Keywords: Hybrid power system; photo voltaic generators; PEM Fuel cell; and Hybrid storage system.