Impact of Voltage Fluctuate, Flicker and Power Factor Wave Electric Generator to Local Distribution
Keywords:Flicker, Carbon Emissions, Power Factor, Voltage Fluctuate, Renewable energy,
AbstractElectricity is the most powerful energy source in the world. Engineer and technologist have combined and cooperated to invent a new low-cost technology and free carbon emission where the carbon emission issue is a major concern now due to global warming. Renewable energy sources such as hydro, wind and wave are becoming widespread to reduce the carbon emissions. On the other hand, this effort needs several novel methods, techniques and technologies compared to coalbased power. Power quality of renewable sources needs in-depth research and endless study to improve renewable energy technologies. The aim of this project is to investigate the impact of the renewable electric generator on its local distribution system. The power farm was designed to connect to the local distribution system and it will be investigated and analyzed to make sure that energy which is supplied to the customer is clean. The MATLAB tools are used to simulate the overall analysis. At the end of the paper, a summary of identifying various voltages fluctuates data sources are presented in terms of voltage flicker and a suggestion of the analysis also presented for the development of wave generator farms.
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