DISEÑO DE MICRORREDES ELÉCTRICAS EN EDIFICIOS PÚBLICOS
Moreno Diaz, Luna
Martinez Ramos, Jose Luis
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Distributed grid architectures are acquiring a role increasingly important as alternative solutions to the centralized power grid, that faces new challenges and needs of restructuring. Among these architectures are the electric microgrids, low voltage distribution systems constituted by loads and distributed energy resources that, coordinated in an efficient way, allow to optimize the operation of the whole system. As part of current projects for the development of microgrids, this Master Thesis is a preliminary study for the design and sizing of an electric microgrid in the School of Engineering of the University of Seville. The first part of the project consists on collecting literature of the state of the art of the design of microgrids and their technical connection requirements to the grid. The second part of the project consists on studying the current generation resources of the building, that are a solar cooling plant and a back up generator set, its yearly consumption pattern and sizing additional renewable resources, concretely a photovoltaic system and a storage system, to obtain a possible generation scenario that makes possible the operation of the building as a microgrid.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)