Advanced control for smart microgrids in Vietnam

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Thesis
Issue Date:
2016
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In recent years, researchers all over the world have been focusing on renewable energy more than ever. Vietnam is a tropical country, where there is not only a high potential of renewable energy but also a challenging electrical demand in years to come. This thesis will offer a solution to help the Vietnamese power scheme with a new smart micro grid concept. This new smart microgrid also brings some control challenges to researchers such as power quality and reliability control, power sharing control, system stability, and power flow management, etc. Among the power flow management control, model predictive control has also drawn strong attention among recent control strategies. This thesis will describe the control of grid-connected inverter with model predictive control to obtain the desired real and reactive powers that transfer between the microgrid and utility grid. Numerical simulation and experimental test results will be presented in this thesis also.
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