Management of Low- and High-Frequency Power Components in Demand-Generation Fluctuations of a DFIG-Based Wind-Dominated RAPS System Using Hybrid Energy Storage

@article{Mendis2014ManagementOL,
  title={Management of Low- and High-Frequency Power Components in Demand-Generation Fluctuations of a DFIG-Based Wind-Dominated RAPS System Using Hybrid Energy Storage},
  author={Nishad Mendis and K. M. Muttaqi and Sarath Perera},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={2258-2268}
}
This paper presents a control strategy for managing the demand-generation fluctuations using a hybrid energy storage system in a wind-dominated remote area power supply (RAPS) system consisting of a doubly fed induction generator (DFIG), a battery storage system, a supercapacitor, a dump load, and main loads. Operation of a battery storage system is coordinated with a supercapacitor with a view to improving the performance of the battery. In this regard, the battery storage system is connected… CONTINUE READING
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