Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : TRNSYS

Technical Assessment Of A Photovoltaic Panel And A Wind Domestic Turbine Systems In Morocco

A. Serbouti; M. Rattal; A. Boulal; E. Oualim; Az. Mouhsen

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 443-452

This paper presents a general methodology of optimizing the energy performance of a photovoltaic panel in five different cities in Morocco, by varying its slope and azimuth. A domestic wind turbine is also studied in Casablanca. For the same capacity, simulations in TRNSYS software prove that photovoltaic panels have a better yield than the domestic wind turbines. These wind generators can be coupled with the photovoltaic system in order to lessen the intermittence of the photovoltaic production at night and during short cloudy days.

Performance Evaluation/Analysis of Distributed Generation System

Akhil Nigam; Dr. Kamal Kant Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4638-4650

This work deals with hybrid distributed generation systems with various used
simulation tools and analyzes the performance of distributed generation system. These
distributed generation source can perform on single source or multiple source. Since
sometimes there may be a problem of fault then at that time there is a requirement to fulfill
the operation of power production and continuity of electricity. Hence hybrid distributed
generation systems are introduced which enhance the continuous and reliable power and
improve the efficiency. In various isolated sites which are isolated from cities they prefer
diesel power generation. But this production becomes costly and less efficient and difficult
to access the electricity grid. Due to increase rise in fuel price there may be problem to
produce reliable electricity then renewable sources have been employed to overcome
emission of green house gas and cost reduction in the market. There is also variability of
renewable power sources due to weather conditions which may not be correlated with the
load demand. So this paper deals with different scenario of hybrid distributed generation
systems with their operating tools to evaluate the behavior of hybrid renewable systems.