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International Journal of Distributed Energy Resources Volume 8 Number 4 (2012) Pages 265 ‐ 283 Manuscript received: 18. January 2012
MODELLING AND PERFORMANCE STUDY OF MICROTURBINE GENERATION SYSTEM IN GRID CONNECTED AND ISLANDING MODE OPERATION
Sanjeev K Nayak, Student Member IEEE and D N Gaonkar, Member IEEE Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
National Institute of Technology Karnataka Surathkal, Mangalore 575025 Karnataka India
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Keywords: Distributed Generation (DG), Microturbine (MT), Synchronous Gen- erator (SG), Speed Controller, Excitation Controller.
The interconnection of distribution generation (DG) systems into distribution net- works has a great impact on real-time system operation, control and planning . It is widely accepted that the microturbine generation (MTG) systems are currently attracting a lot of attention to meet customers’ needs in the distributed power gen- eration market. These generation systems are more reliable, has higher operating efficiency and ultra low emission levels. In order to investigate the performance of MTG systems, their efficient modelling is required. This paper presents a mathe- matical model of MTG system with recuperator for utilizing an exhaust heat of a turbine. The microturbine model presented in this paper includes a compressor, recuperator and burner along with other components. The complete model of MTG system is developed using Matlab/Simulink. The performance of the developed model has been studied in grid connected and isolated mode of operation. The sim- ulation result of the developed model shows the load following performance of the MTG system and suggests that, the recovery of an exhaust heat from the turbine will give a positive impact on overall efficiency of MTG system.
International Journal of Distributed Energy Resources, ISSN 1614-7138, Volume 8 Number 4 © 2012 Technology & Science Publishers, Kassel, Germany, http://www.ts-publishers.com
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