China Directory. Toggle navigation Digital Repository. Abstract This thesis is focused on the study of wind energy integration and is divided into two segments. The first part of the thesis deals with developing a reliability evaluation technique for a wind integrated power system.
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Metrics details. Energy informatics EI is the area of research that addresses the application of technology to resolve complex problems in the energy domain. Goebel et al. Due to rapid EI improvements, many current research areas have not been incorporated into this framework. Specifically, this research posits that grid reliability is an underrepresented research area and should be incorporated into the framework. The rapidly changing nature of energy generation, and new developments in the electric-power network, are driving the need for grid reliability research.
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Wind turbine generators WTG is predicted to play a prominent role in the electric power systems of the future. Connection of wind turbine generators to the distribution network increases power sources and therefore increases reliability of distribution network. Assessment of reliability of distribution network connected to wind turbine generators based on two state model yields big errors due to dependence of wind source capacity on wind speed which is a variable value.
Both nationally and internationally, a push for increasing distributed energy resources has been made through economic policies for their environmental favorability and promise of service reliability. This, in turn, has led consumers and power system planners to consider partitioning larger networks into smaller, self-serviced subsystems, or microgrids, especially in cases of larger grid e. Thus, traditional methods of distribution system planning and analysis need to be reevaluated.