The Dynamic Phasor Model of Hybrid Micro Grid System

The Dynamic Phasor Model of Hybrid Micro Grid System

Hua Li Le Li 

School of electric power college, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Hohhot, Aimin Street 49, 010051, China

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31 March 2016
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For hybrid micro grid system, this paper is established the dynamic phasor model based on the micro grid branch model and the system load line model of micro grid. In order to study micro power grid operation control and energy optimization problem, considering the accuracy and rapidity of the models, the micro power grid dynamic phasor model is put forward and set up including micro power supply and power electronic converter. The simulation analysis is carried out, and is validated the feasibility and superiority of the model. This model lay the foundation for the whole micro grid system optimization control and energy management research.


Hybrid micro grid, Dynamic phasor model, Modeling and simulation

1. Introduction
2. The Dynamic Phasor Model of Converter
3. The Dynamic Phasor Model of Micro Grid System Load and Line
4. The Simulation Structure and Analysis
5. Conclusions

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