Voltage Control and Improvement in Load Voltage THD Using Electric Spring in Microgrid
Keywords:Artificial Neural Network Controller, Electric Spring, Smart Grid, Total Harmonic Distortion, Voltage Regulation
The benefits of Electric Spring (ES) in the hybrid power system alongside with a solar energy source as well as a grid power supply were examined in this research. When an non stabilized event caused by weather conditions happens, the electric spring's capacity to provide quick reactive power adjustment as well as frequency and voltage stability. The converter stability is achieved even in adverse weather conditions because to an efficient ANN control method that has been designed. Simulating the proposed converter in the hybrid system allows for its verification. The findings demonstrate that ES effectively balances the reactive power while stabilizing voltage as well improve power quality
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