Emerging Power Converters for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles
Modeling, Design, and Control
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This book covers advancements of power electronic converters and their control techniques for grid integration of large-scale renewable energy sources and electrical vehicles. Major emphasis are on transformer-less direct grid integration, bidirectional power transfer, compensation of grid power quality issues, DC system protection and grounding, interaction in mixed AC/DC system, AC and DC system stability, magnetic design for high-frequency high power density systems with advanced soft magnetic materials, modelling and simulation of mixed AC/DC system, switching strategies for enhanced efficiency, and protection and reliability for sustainable grid integration. This book is an invaluable resource for professionals active in the field of renewable energy and power conversion.
Table of Contents
1. Modelling, Design and Control of Solid-State Transformer for Grid Integration of Renewable Sources
M. A. Rahman, M. R. Islam, K. M. Muttaqi, D. Sutanto2. Magnetic Linked Power Converter for Transformer-less Direct Grid Integration of Renewable Generation Systems
A. M. Mahfuz-Ur-Rahman, Md. Rabiul Islam, Kashem M. Muttaqi, Danny Sutanto3. Power Electronics for Wireless Charging of Future Electric Vehicles
Deepak Ronanki, Phuoc Sang Huynh, Sheldon S. Williamson
4. Power Electronics-Based Solutions for Supercapacitors in Electric Vehicles
Deepak Ronanki, Yashwanth Dasari, Sheldon S. Williamson
5. Front-End Power Converter Topologies for Plug-in Electric Vehicles
Chandra Sekar, Asheesh K Singh, Sri Niwas Singh, Vassilios G Agelidis
6. Advance and Comprehensive Control Methods in Wind Energy System
Md Moinul Islam, Dhiman Chowdhury7. Converter Based Advanced Diagnose and Monitoring Technologies for Offshore Wind Turbines
Yi Liu, Xi Chen, Md. Rabiul Islam
8. A Comprehensive Stability Analysis of Multi-Converter based DC Microgrid
Mohammad Habibullaha, N. Mithulananthana, Rahul Sharmaa, Rakibuzzaman Shahb
9. Stability of Remote Microgrid: Control of Power Converters
M. H. Ali, S. Ghosh10. Mixed AC/DC System Stability Under Uncertainty
M. H. Ali, M. D. Keshavarzi
Md. Rabiul Islam received the Ph.D. degree from University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia. He was appointed as a lecturer at RUET in 2005 and promoted to full professor in 2017. In early 2018, he joined at the School of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. His research interests are in the fields of power electronic converters, renewable energy technologies, power quality, electrical machines, electric vehicles, and smart grid. He has authored or co-authored more than 180 publications including 50 IEEE transactions/IEEE journal papers. He has been serving as an Editor for IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion and IEEE Power Engineering Letters, and Associate Editor for IEEE Access.
Rakibuzzaman Shah is a senior lecturer with the School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Science at Federation University Australia. He has worked and consulted with DNOs and TSOs on individual projects and collaborative work on a large number of projects (EPSRC project on Multi-terminal HVDC, Scottish and Southern Energy Multi-infeed HVDC) - primarily on the dynamic impact of integrating new technologies and power electronics into large systems. He is an active member of the IEEE and CIGRE. He has more than 70 international publications and has spoken at the leading power system conferences around the world. His research interest include Future power grids (i.e. Renewable energy integration, wide-area control), asynchronous grid connection through VSC-HVDC, application of data mining in power system, distribution system energy management and low carbon energy system.
Mohd Hasan Ali is currently an Associate Professor with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Memphis, USA, where he leads the Electric Power and Energy Systems (EPES) Laboratory. His research interests include advanced power systems, smart-grid and microgrid systems, renewable energy systems and cybersecurity issues in modern power grids. Dr. Ali has more than 190 publications including 2 books, 4 book chapters, 2 patents, 60 top ranked journal papers, 96 peer-reviewed international conference papers and 20 national conference papers. He serves as the Editors of the IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy and IET-Generation, Transmission and Distribution (GTD) journal. Dr. Ali is a Senior Member of the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES). Also, he is the Chair of the PES of the IEEE Memphis Section.