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Control block for experimental smart grid and energy sources for this grid

Originální název

Control block for experimental smart grid and energy sources for this grid

Anglický název

Control block for experimental smart grid and energy sources for this grid

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The authors describing an Experimental Smart Grid. The principle of the proposed design consists in improving stabilization of the current grid and enabling maximum exploitation of electric energy produced by renewable sources. In this respect, the authors present a very important block for change the direction of a current flow. This block denoted as Control Block (in the paper, the block is marked as CB1), which serves both to dispatch energy to the grid and to charge the smart grid batteries. This paper presents also the measured characteristics of a photovoltaic and a hydroelectric power plants. Based on this data, the E.E.N. can be modelled and subsequently realized from the LabView environment.

Anglický abstrakt

The authors describing an Experimental Smart Grid. The principle of the proposed design consists in improving stabilization of the current grid and enabling maximum exploitation of electric energy produced by renewable sources. In this respect, the authors present a very important block for change the direction of a current flow. This block denoted as Control Block (in the paper, the block is marked as CB1), which serves both to dispatch energy to the grid and to charge the smart grid batteries. This paper presents also the measured characteristics of a photovoltaic and a hydroelectric power plants. Based on this data, the E.E.N. can be modelled and subsequently realized from the LabView environment.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101394,
  author="Petr {Marcoň} and Zdeněk {Roubal} and Zoltán {Szabó} and František {Zezulka}",
  title="Control block for experimental smart grid and energy sources for this grid",
  annote="The authors describing an Experimental Smart Grid. The principle of the proposed design consists in improving stabilization of the current grid and enabling maximum exploitation of electric energy produced by renewable sources. In this respect, the authors present a very important block for change the direction of a current flow. This block denoted as Control Block (in the paper, the block is marked as CB1), which serves both to dispatch energy to the grid and to charge the smart grid batteries. This paper presents also the measured characteristics of a photovoltaic and a hydroelectric power plants. Based on this data, the E.E.N. can be modelled and subsequently realized from the LabView environment.",
  booktitle="International Interdisciplinary PhD Workshop 2013, Proceedings",
  chapter="101394",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="196--200",
  type="conference paper"
}