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Energy Sources for an Experimental Electrical Network: PV Panel and Micro-Hydroelectric Power Plants

MARCOŇ, P. ROUBAL, Z. ZEZULKA, F. SZABÓ, Z. SAJDL, O. STIBOR, K.

Originální název

Energy Sources for an Experimental Electrical Network: PV Panel and Micro-Hydroelectric Power Plants

Anglický název

Energy Sources for an Experimental Electrical Network: PV Panel and Micro-Hydroelectric Power Plants

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en

Originální abstrakt

The authors present energy sources for an Experimental Electrical Network (E.E.N). The main sources applied are photovoltaic and hydroelectric power plants. For the purposes of modelling the experimental network, the authors describe the measured values of the output power provided by the plants. The performance of the photovoltaic station was measured for the period of three weeks; as expected, the resulting value is strongly dependent on the weather. In the small hydroelectric station, we monitored the relation between the turbine output power and the water level in the weir. Moreover, we also produced a six-hour record of the performance of the station. Based on this characteristic, the relation between the water level and the output power was determined using approximation of the exponential function. The paper also describes the perspectives of remote sensing of the data acquired from a power plant and analyzes the possibilities of storing the data to an SQL server.

Anglický abstrakt

The authors present energy sources for an Experimental Electrical Network (E.E.N). The main sources applied are photovoltaic and hydroelectric power plants. For the purposes of modelling the experimental network, the authors describe the measured values of the output power provided by the plants. The performance of the photovoltaic station was measured for the period of three weeks; as expected, the resulting value is strongly dependent on the weather. In the small hydroelectric station, we monitored the relation between the turbine output power and the water level in the weir. Moreover, we also produced a six-hour record of the performance of the station. Based on this characteristic, the relation between the water level and the output power was determined using approximation of the exponential function. The paper also describes the perspectives of remote sensing of the data acquired from a power plant and analyzes the possibilities of storing the data to an SQL server.

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@inproceedings{BUT101718,
  author="Petr {Marcoň} and Zdeněk {Roubal} and František {Zezulka} and Zoltán {Szabó} and Ondřej {Sajdl} and Karel {Stibor}",
  title="Energy Sources for an Experimental Electrical Network: PV Panel and Micro-Hydroelectric Power Plants",
  annote="The authors present energy sources for an Experimental Electrical Network (E.E.N). The main sources applied are photovoltaic and hydroelectric power plants. For the purposes of modelling the experimental network, the authors describe the measured values of the output power provided by the plants. The performance of the photovoltaic station was measured for the period of three weeks; as expected, the resulting value is strongly dependent on the weather. In the small hydroelectric station, we monitored the relation between the turbine output power and the water level in the weir. Moreover, we also produced a six-hour record of the performance of the station. Based on this characteristic, the relation between the water level and the output power was determined using approximation of the exponential function. The paper also describes the perspectives of remote sensing of the data acquired from a power plant and analyzes the possibilities of storing the data to an SQL server.",
  address="Elsevier B.V.",
  booktitle="Programmable devices and systems",
  chapter="101718",
  doi="10.3182/20130925-3-CZ-3023.00091",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Elsevier B.V.",
  number="12 (1)",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="449--454",
  publisher="Elsevier B.V.",
  type="conference paper"
}