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Gestion et conversion électrique dans une architecture distribuée d'énergies renouvelables

Abstract : Managing the distribution of electrical energy from renewable sources such as solar and wind energy is a technological barrier to improve performance and stability of the whole process of transfer of energy sources. Thus, research on power lines used as communication media are very promising for the facility management of small and middle powers with many generators, not necessarily initially designed in a process reliability. In addition, this new option allows management to improve performance and stability in the overall process of energy transfer. This study is particularly directed to a distributed parallel management for photovoltaic and / or multi-generators including other technologies such as wind, for example connected to a DC network also serves as a communication such as PLC system architecture. The PLC, using the modulation technique, allows the transfer of information such as temperature, the instantaneous power, the self-test etc. ... needed to optimize the energy production. The aim of this work is the study of a CPL solution designed to work on HVDC bus connecting renewable energy production systems. Circuits developed for the CPL will be considered as interfaces between the DC-DC converter and smart HVDC bus. They will be based on a hardware part consists of a transceiver interface incorporating a modulation-demodulation on the HVDC bus and a signal processor which processes the information exchanged between the various input sensors and monitoring
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The Vinh Nguyen. Gestion et conversion électrique dans une architecture distribuée d'énergies renouvelables. Autre [cond-mat.other]. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0082⟩. ⟨tel-01750805⟩



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