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A seminar on

Interconnection of Electrical Energy Storage System For


Power Quality Improvement
by

M.SRISAIRAMREDDY
II M. Tech (EPS), III Semester
ROLL NO. : 09121D0704

Under the esteemed guidance of


Mrs.R.KRISHNA PRIYA, M.E.
Assistant Professor
Department of EEE, SVEC

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


SREE VIDYANIKETHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE
(AUTONOMOUS)
Sree Sainathnagar,A.Rangampet,Tirupathi-
Sainathnagar,A.Rangampet,Tirupathi-517102
2009-2011

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Objective

Introduction

Energy Storage Device

Types of Supercapacitor

General Block Diagram of a DC-DC Converter


Addition of Control System for Regulation of
Output Voltage

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Buck Converter

Boost Converter

Conclusion

References

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With the Development of renewable energy power generation,
microgrid, we effectively meet the growing power demand.

Energy storage system based on supercapacitor , cannot only


be energy buffer but also improve the power quality of power
system.

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 The energy storage is playing an increasingly important
role in the electrical power system

 The different types of energy storage systems are


1) Photovoltaic generation system (PVGS)
2) Fuel cell generation system (FCGS)
3) Battery
4) Supercapacitors(SC)

 Relative on these energy storage concerns it were simulated


different dc/dc converters, using the ATP Program to observe
their behavior on different parameters variations, such as: duty
cycle, switching frequency, and capacitance.

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Electrical energy storage methods

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Supercapacitors are an advanced version of capacitors with
unique ability to combine energy storage capabilities.

These robust devices can be charged and discharged 1000s of


times and will typically outlast a battery.

Life span will be 10 years or more.

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Specific Energy= (U*I*t)/m v=Voltage
I=Current
Specific Power= (U*I)/m t=Time(sec)
m=Mass(kg)

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 The principle of supercapacitors is based on the creation of
an electrochemical double layer by accumulation of electrical
charges at the interface between an ionic solution (electrolyte)
and an electronic conductive material (electrode)
Store charge non- Faradaically

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 Pseudocapacitor store charge faradaically through the
transfer of charge between electrode and electrolyte.

 This faradaic processes may allow pseudocapacitor to


achieve greater capacitances and energy densities.

 The electrode materials that are used to store charge is


pseudocapacirtors are

1) conducting polymers

2) Metal oxides

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 The hybrid capacitor consists of a activated carbon cathode
layer and the carbonaceous anode layer and a separator.

 It store charge by faradaic and non-Faradaic processes

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 Can be charged and discharged almost an unlimited number
of times

 High power density

 Do not release any thermal heat during discharge

 There is no danger of overcharging; when fully charged the


supercapacitor simply quits accepting a charge

 Operating temperature range as great as between -50C


and 85C

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 For load leveling in electric and hybrid vehicles as well as
in traction domain.

 Telecommunications

 Power Quality

capacitors EDCL batteries

Energy density wh/kg < 0.1 3 100

Power density w/kg 107 106 100

Time of charge (s) 10-3-10-6 0.3-30 >1000

Time of discharge (s) 10-3-10-6 0.3-30 1000-10000

Typical lifetime (years) 30 30 5


Efficiency (%) 95 85-98 70-85
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 General Block Diagram of a DC-DC
Converter

A dc/dc converter is a device that accepts a dc input voltage


and produces a dc output voltage.

Typically the output produced is at a different voltage level


than the input.

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H(s)

PWM

vg = unregulated dc voltage

PWM=pulse width modulation

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The model implemented in Alternative Transients Program(ATP)
program

Model of the buck chopper implemented in ATPDraw

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 To evaluate the quality of the converter output waveform can
be expressed by using the Fourier analysis data to calculate
the total harmonic distortion (THD) in relative

 Firstly, the influence of the duty cycle variation on the total


harmonic distortion of the output voltage is investigated.

Vo= α Vs where α = Ton /(Ton+Toff )

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0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
α
THDv 3.67 3.26 2.85 2.44 2.04 1.63 1.22 0.81 0.41

Table 1

Graph for the Variation of THDV with the duty cycle


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 We can be observe that the output voltage is lower on
delta=0.1 that means a directly proportionality between
output voltage waveform and duty cycle

Variation of the voltage and current for α =0.1,fsw=1000Hz

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 The quality of the output waveform is improved at the
same time the output voltage is increased.

Variation of the voltage and current for α =0.9,fsw=1000Hz

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 Secondly, the influence of the switching frequency variation
on the total harmonic distortion of the output voltage is
investigated.
 The variation of THDv with the switching frequency is shown
below figure

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The boost converter (step-up converter) is a power
converter with an output dc voltage greater than its input dc
voltage.

Model of the boost chopper implemented in ATPDraw

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0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
α
THDv 0.41 0.82 1.22 1.63 2.04 2.45 2.86 3.31 3.80

Graph for Variation of the THDV with the duty cycle .

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Variation of the voltage and current
for delta =0.5, fsw=10000Hz,
L=100mH

Variation of the voltage and current


for delta =0.8, fsw=10000Hz,
L=100mH

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 The simulations realized using the ATP Program

 For the buck converter, variation of the duty cycle


decreases the ripple.

 For the boost it has a different variation because the


replies also influenced by capacitance value giving the
boost operation.

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