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|Title:||Optimal Power Flow Management and Control of Grid Connected Photovoltaic-Battery System|
optimal power flow management
|Abstract:||This paper presents optimal power flow management in real time for grid connected photovoltaic (PV)-battery system. The objective is the real time, dynamic and optimal scheduling of battery storage which reduces grid power consumption and achieves the peak load shaving. For this purpose, two strategies are developed; one is rule-based and other is optimization algorithm based. Two strategies are compared, pros and cons of those strategies are established. Though rule-based technique is simple & easy to implement, the optimization technique provides more optimal regulation of battery which provides the lesser electricity cost. Forecasted PV/load powers are used to get optimal value of battery power. In order to handle uncertainties due to forecasted data, fuzzy-based corrective strategy is developed to modify the reference battery power as per the present values of PV/load powers. The proposed analysis is carried out for over one exemplary day. The simulations are presented using typical load/PV data of India and Finland as a part of research collaboration. Experimental results are also carried out using proposed scheme. � 2019 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston.|
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