TITLE

MICRO-GRID SYSTEM BASED ON COMPRESSED AIR ENERGY STORAGE

AUTHOR(S)
Yujie Liu; Weihua Li; Xianghua Luo; Cheng Su; Shixue Ding; Guizhong Wu; Dongping Zhang
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 945-949, p2841
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
With the development of the power system, wind energy was applied to micro-grid system as a distributed generation. The output of the wind farms has the characteristic of intermittence and fluctuation, which would influent the stability of micro-grid system and can be solved effectively by compressed air energy storage system, a new energy storage technology. Because of the advantage of fast response, high economic performance and small environmental impacts, it has an extensive application prospect. This paper builds a micro-grid system with wind power generator, and control the output of micro-grid system by using compressed air energy storage system. The simulation result verifies that the compressed-air energy storage system can effectively suppress power fluctuation and improving the stability of the micro-grid system.
ACCESSION #
99527042

 

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