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Renewable Energy Systems : Simulation with Simulink and SimPowerSystems

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Title: Renewable Energy Systems : Simulation with Simulink and SimPowerSystems
Author: Viktor Perelmuter
ISBN: 149876598X / 9781498765985
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 408
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 2016
Availability: 15-30 days
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The development of renewable sources for electrical energy has become a mainstream focus in the field of electrical engineering. This book can be used by both engineers and researchers working to develop new electrical systems and investigate existing ones. Additionally, it can serve as a guide for undergraduate and graduate students during their study of electrical fields. The electrical devices that are used in renewable sources have complicated inner structures, and methods of computer simulation make the development of these systems easier and faster. Simulink, and its toolbox SimPowerSystems, is the most popular means for simulation of electrical systems. The topic of wind-generator (WG) systems simulation merits detailed consideration; therefore, this text covers an in-depth exploration of the simulation of WG systems, systems with batteries, photovoltaic systems, fuel elements, microturbines, and hydroelectric systems.

  • Explains how to simulate very complicated electrical systems for renewable sources of electric energy.
  • Models provide a clear understanding about functions of the renewable energy sources which can be used by readers for their own systems.
  • Models are accompanied by short theoretical explanations.
  • Problems to be solved throughout the book using models on our website.
  • Tutorial for SimPowerSystems.


Chapter 1 : SimPowerSystems Models
Chapter 2 : Models of the Elements and Devices
Chapter 3 : Simulation of Power Electronics Devices
Chapter 4 : Electrical Generators
Chapter 5 : Simulation of the Renewable Electrical Sources
Chapter 6 : Wind-Generator (WG) System Simulation


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