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Supervision de sources de production d'électricité hybrides éolien/hydraulique dans les réseaux d'énergie interconnectés ou isolés

Abstract : The concept of multi-sources system with an integrated and optimized power management and associated with several energy storage systems is seen as an important part of the answer to the issue of the randomness and fluctuation of dispersed wind power generation. In this context, it is interesting to combine two generation sources, wind and water. Water power generation is indeed likely to offset the randomness and fluctuation of wind power generation, because of its flexibility and availability. Generators and storage systems from a multi-source power plant can be located in different parts of the network but should be managed by a single industrial operator. Considering that the wind's issue is found at all levels of management time, it is necessary to establish a multi-level supervision of the considered integrated wind / hydro / storage central. Each stage is related to objectives and resources to define these requirements. However as the problem is vast, the work has focused mainly on two levels: "short-term" and "mid-term". The aim of this thesis is to propose methods for the management of wind / hydro / storage systems. Thus, ten supervisors are proposed according to different monitoring tools (fuzzy logic, optimization function...). Finally, the performance of these supervisors is compared using various indicators to quantify their contributions according to the objectives of different levels of supervision (power quality, energy efficiency ...).
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Mohamed Nasser. Supervision de sources de production d'électricité hybrides éolien/hydraulique dans les réseaux d'énergie interconnectés ou isolés. Energie électrique. Arts et Métiers ParisTech, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011ENAM0005⟩. ⟨pastel-00593845⟩

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