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Kumar M, Shivam S. BIC based on Modified Droop Control of Hybrid AC/DC Microgrid with PV/Wind/ESS under Variable Generation and Load Conditions. IJEEE 2022; 18 (4) :2599-2599
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The idea of a microgrid is created by utilizing more diverse ac or dc distributed generation (DG) sources along with an energy storage system (ESS) and loads. The most efficient and reliable selection of ac and dc microgrids is a hybrid ac/dc microgrid. The hybrid microgrid largely overcomes the shortcomings of standalone ac or dc microgrids. A bidirectional interlinking converter (BIC) is utilized in the interface for controlling power flow between subgrids. In order to improve voltage and frequency regulation with effective power sharing, the BIC based on the proposed control scheme is implemented for power flow between ac and dc sub-grid in Islanding mode. The control scheme is modified based on conventional droop control with voltage and frequency variation in order to improve bus voltage and frequency regulation with effective power sharing for intermittent sources. The operation of the islanded hybrid ac/dc microgrid is performed with solar, wind, and energy storage system under variable generation and load conditions. In order to make robustness of the system, there are considered different cases for generation and load scenarios. In the transient state, the overshoot and settling time of frequency and voltage are improved, as well as the frequency and voltage regulations are found within the permissible limit in the steady state. Furthermore, the corresponding variations are shown in tabular form in the simulation result. The actual data of solar irradiance and wind speed have been taken from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The performance of the system is verified in MATLAB/Simulink environment.

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Type of Study: Closed - Microgrid Special Issue 2022 | Subject: Microgrids
Received: 2022/07/31 | Revised: 2023/01/03 | Accepted: 2022/12/10

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