Smart Grid Technologies in Electric Systems for Renewable Energy

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Eugene Chaikovskaya, PhD – Senior Researcher, Associate Professor, Department of Theoretic, General and Nonconventional Power Engineering, Odessа Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

Series: Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: SCI024000; TEC004000; TEC031010
DOI: 10.52305/KJMW9889

The book includes six chapters in which represented integrated Smart Grid systems for coordination of production and consumption of the electric power on the basis of forecasting of change of parameters of technological processes are developed. Chapter One provides a mathematical and methodological substantiation of smart grid technologies for maintaining the function of electrical systems. Chapter Two discusses the uses of a smart grid system in maintaining a biogas cogeneration system. Chapter Three gives similar insight into use of these systems in maintaining a biodiesel cogeneration system. Chapter Four explores the uses of smart grid technologies for the maintenance of the function of a drying plant as part of a cogeneration system. Chapter Five reviews smart grid technologies for maintaining wind-solar electric systems, and the final chapter, Chapter Six, similarly reviews technologies for maintaining photoelectric charging stations.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Methodological and Mathematical Substantiation of Smart Grid Technologies for Maintaining the Functioning of Electric Systems

Chapter 2. Smart Grid Technology for Maintaining the Functioning of a Biogas Cogeneration System

Chapter 3. Smart Grid Technology for Maintaining the Functioning of a Biodiesel Cogeneration System

Chapter 4. Integrated Smart Grid System for Maintaining the Functioning of a Drying Plant as a Part of a Cogeneration System

Chapter 5. Smart Grid Technology for Maintaining the Functioning of a Wind-Solar Electric System

Chapter 6. Smart Grid Technology for Maintaining the Functioning of Photoelectric Charging Stations

Conclusion

References

Biographical Sketch

Index