Design and Simulation of Hybrid Renewable Energy system design by Support Vector Machine approach

  • Dr. S. Perumal Sankar, K. S. Gowthaman, Dr. Deepa Elizabeth George, Dr. M. R. Sathya

Abstract

    Nowadays, most of the research is being done on the renewable-based energy sources. Renewable energy originated from the natural resources that are continuously replenishing. There are different forms of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) available Photo-Voltaic (PV), Wind, Hydro-electric power and Biomass. Research proves that the cost of an electrical energy remains constant over the year. Because of that, most of the countries uses RES as the key source for the major energy producers. In RES, the power converter uses to regulate both reactive and active power that inject into the grid. The Change in reactive power (RP) has an intense result in the security of the systems, for that reason it disturbs the voltage throughout the system. The control of the RP makes the system as a healthy one. For that purpose, this paper used Hybrid Renewable Energy Sources (HRES) with a Support Vector Machine (SVM) to compensate the active/RP flows and mitigate the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD). The modeling and simulation of HRES with ANN verified through MATLAB/Simulink.

Published
2020-02-15
How to Cite
Dr. M. R. Sathya, D. S. P. S. K. S. G. D. D. E. G. (2020). Design and Simulation of Hybrid Renewable Energy system design by Support Vector Machine approach. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 2960- 2970. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/4514
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