Microgrids: Design, Challenges, and Prospects (Big Data for Industry 4.0) 1st Edition
by： Ghous Bakhsh Narejo，Biswaranjan Acharya，Ranjit Singh Sarban Singh，Fatma Newagy (Editor)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：CRC Press; 1st edition (October 12, 2021)
pages 页数：302 pages
The book addresses the needs of researchers on the fundamentals as well as more advanced knowledge on microgrids and their evolution. This book covers newly emerging trends in fields such as Computer Science, Energy, Electrical Engineering, and Electronics and brings the reader up-to-date on the new emerging fields that play an important role in the power infrastructure.
This book provides knowledge on decision making for newly evolving trends in microgrid design. It discusses techniques on how to improve the existing power quality and reduce load shedding and power imbalances. The book presents the emerging fields that now play an important role in microgrid design such as Data Science, Machine Learning, AI, and IT.
The readership includes researchers, academia, practicing engineers, consumers, power companies and policy makers located across the globe.
Chapter 1 Microgrid Design and Challenges for Remote Communities
Chapter 2 Microgrid Design Evolution and Architecture
Chapter 3 Renewable Energy Source Design in Microgrids
Chapter 4 Microgrid Power System Control Designs
Chapter 5 Hybrid Microgrid Design Based on Environment, Reliability, and Economic Aspects
Chapter 6 Trends in Microgrid Control
Chapter 7 Utility Tariff Variation and Demand Response Events: A Case Study of Microgrid Design and Analysis
Chapter 8 SOS-Based Load Frequency Controller Design for Microgrids Using Degrees-of-Freedom PID Controller
Chapter 9 Performance Improvement of a UPQC Integrated with a Microgrid System Using Modified SRF Technique
Chapter 10 Application of Probabilistic Neural Network and Wavelet Analysis to Classify Power Quality
Chapter 11 Overview of Security and Protection Techniques for Microgrids
Chapter 12 Multilevel Voltage-Based Coordinating Controller Modeling, Development, and Performance Analysis
Chapter 13 Case Studies on Microgrid Design Using Renewable Energy Sources