Manuscript Title:

INTELLIGENT ENERGY CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF A HYBRID PHOTOVOLTAIC WIND ENERGY SYSTEM BY FLOUE LOGIC: APPLICATION TO ARC WELDING

Author:

SALIM MAHDAB, Dr ABDELHAFIDH MOUALDIA

DOI Number:

DOI:10.17605/OSF.IO/4AJRF

Published : 2022-06-10

About the author(s)

1. SALIM MAHDAB - Laboratory of Research in Electrical Engineering and Automation (LREA), University Yahia Feres of Medea.
2. Dr ABDELHAFIDH MOUALDIA - Laboratory of Research in Electrical Engineering and Automation (LREA), University Yahia Feres of Medea.

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Abstract

The goal of this work is an implementation of real-time energy management systems (EMS) to maximize the efficiency of power distribution in an isolated hybrid system containing photovoltaic modules, a wind turbine and a battery energy storage system used as a backup source. However, hybridization of multiple sources requires power flow control. For this reason, in this paper, a suitable power management system is developed using a deterministic fuzzy rule-based algorithm to control the proposed multi-source autonomous system. The developed EMS is tested and validated by an application of arc welding in remote industrial sites located in Adrar, a remote region in the southern Algerian Sahara.


Keywords

Energy Management systems (EMS); Hybrid Power (Phyb); Photovoltaic Power (Ppv); Wind Power (Peol), Fuzzy Logic (FL).