Three Phase grid connected PV wind system | PV wind
Welcome, viewers, to LMS Solutions! In today's discussion, we will delve into the intricacies of a three-phase connected PV wind system or, more specifically, a three-phase hybrid PV wind system. We have developed a Simulink model to illustrate the operation of this system.
Rating: 154 megawatts
Voltage: 34.5 kilovolts
Converts voltage from 34.5 kilovolts to 400 volts
Load 1: 12.5 kilowatts
Load 2: 17.5 kilowatts
Operate at 400 volts line-to-line, 50 hertz
Solar PV System:
Solar Panel Rating: 45 kilowatts
Grid-Side Voltage: 400 volts, 50 hertz
Includes a PV panel connected to a grid inverter via a DC link
PV System Control:
Uses a Proportional-Integral (PI) controller for the inverter.
Implements Perturb and Observe (P&O) Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) algorithm for optimizing PV power generation.
Wind Energy System:
Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG):
Rotor side connected to the grid via a converter
Two-stage conversion (AC to DC and DC to AC) for synchronization
Control using DQ control concept for both rotor and grid sides
Simulation and Analysis:
The simulation involves varying irradiation conditions and wind speeds to observe system responses.
Displays show the power variations in the grid, solar PV, wind, and AC load.
Monitoring of grid-side voltage and current, PV system parameters, wind energy conversion system parameters, and load parameters.
PV Power Variation:
Reduction due to a change in irradiation from 1000 to 800 watts per meter square.
Wind Power Variation:
Power reduction due to a decrease in wind speed from 12 to 9 meters per second.
Reflects the interaction of solar and wind systems with the main grid.
Conclusion: This Simulink model effectively demonstrates the dynamic behavior of a three-phase hybrid PV wind system under varying conditions. The integration of solar and wind sources with the main grid showcases the complex interplay between renewable energy systems and conventional power grids.