Year 2018, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 70 - 83 2018-06-30

Modelling a Possibility Framework of a Smart Self Sustainable Hybrid Power Generation System for a Typical Residential Loading

Ifedayo Oladeji [1] , Aminat Oyinlola [2]

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Generation of electricity using fossil fuels could be regarded as the greatest invention of mankind. However, with the depletion of this resource and also due to the effect of burning fossil fuels on the environment, it is imperative to find an alternative to generating electricity for local consumption using non-fossil fuel methods. In the bid to key into the global idea of power generation decarburization and also smart distribution system through the internet of things (IOT), this paper presents an active redundancy possibility framework for generating constant electricity from the motor-generator (M-G) and the battery-inverter (B-I) systems. The specifications of each component can be obtained from design models presented in this paper. The functionality of the system is achieved through the smart home distribution hub (SHDH). Each unit are modeled and simulated to obtain the transfer functions. The result of the residential loading is presented. The simulation results show that the system is achievable and also stable under circumstances which are being monitored and controlled by the smart hub. The framework presented in this paper has proved to be a viable and smart alternative source of electric energy for residential loading.

Power electronics, Motor-Generator Set, Battery-Inverter Set, Smart control hub and Reliability
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Primary Language en
Subjects Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-9260-1107
Author: Ifedayo Oladeji (Primary Author)
Institution: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo state, nigeria
Country: Nigeria


Orcid: 0000-0002-3393-5545
Author: Aminat Oyinlola
Institution: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo state, nigeria
Country: Nigeria


Bibtex @research article { jes413691, journal = {Journal of Energy Systems}, issn = {}, eissn = {2602-2052}, address = {Erol KURT}, year = {2018}, volume = {2}, pages = {70 - 83}, doi = {10.30521/jes.413691}, title = {Modelling a Possibility Framework of a Smart Self Sustainable Hybrid Power Generation System for a Typical Residential Loading}, key = {cite}, author = {Oladeji, Ifedayo and Oyinlola, Aminat} }
APA Oladeji, I , Oyinlola, A . (2018). Modelling a Possibility Framework of a Smart Self Sustainable Hybrid Power Generation System for a Typical Residential Loading. Journal of Energy Systems, 2 (2), 70-83. DOI: 10.30521/jes.413691
MLA Oladeji, I , Oyinlola, A . "Modelling a Possibility Framework of a Smart Self Sustainable Hybrid Power Generation System for a Typical Residential Loading". Journal of Energy Systems 2 (2018): 70-83 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/jes/issue/36568/413691>
Chicago Oladeji, I , Oyinlola, A . "Modelling a Possibility Framework of a Smart Self Sustainable Hybrid Power Generation System for a Typical Residential Loading". Journal of Energy Systems 2 (2018): 70-83
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