Abstract—In this paper controller design for voltage sag ride-through in hybrid fuel cell/battery energy storage distributed power generation system has been presented. As the amount of fuel cell power generation and other Distributed Generation (DG) with power electronic in the grid grows, it becomes unacceptable to disconnect generating units every time a disturbance occurs, as was common practice in the past. Keeping the VSC on line during unbalanced voltage sags becomes thus a very critical issue. Hence, modeling, controller design, and simulation study of a hybrid distributed generation system are investigated. Based on the classification of unbalanced faults that can occur in the grid, resulting in voltage sags at the bus where the hybrid power system is connected, the maximum current that the converter valves must be bale to withstand is calculated. Simulation results are given to show the overall system performance including active power control and voltage sag ride-through capability of the hybrid distributed generation system.
Index Terms—Battery Energy Storage; Control; Fuel Cell; Hybrid Distributed Generation; Voltage Sag.
K. Sudheer, K. Aravind kumar, and P. L. V. Prasanna are with Gitam University. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org; Aravind. email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cite: K. Sudheer, K. Aravind kumar, and P. L. V. Prasanna, "Fuzzy and PI Control of Hybrid Fuel Cell/Battery Distributed Generation Systems," International Journal of Modeling and Optimization vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 95-100, 2011.