Volume 1-Issue 4-2017

Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Scientific Journal (AEEESJ)  Volume 1 ISSUE 4-2017


Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Scientific Journal (AEEESJ)

Volume 1-Issue 4-2017

A review on buildings construction based on energy efficiency requirements

M. Souli,   H.K. Tafili     U.Raoug


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This article shows the building construction principles to improve the energy consumption based on considering the intelligent system. The economic construction factor and energy efficiency profit is considered and analyzed. Results show that arming the infrastructure with needed smart devices before the implementation of residences will decrease the energy consumption based on the running cost. The Analysis shows that common services electric systems in the building can be optimized to get more energy efficiency. For Civil applications, such building can reduce the electricity bill to 35%.

 Design and Simulation of Grid Connected PV system with DC Boost Converter and Maximum Power Point Tracking MPPT



The demand for the renewable energy resources is increasing nowadays, due to the fast economic growth of the nations across the world, environmental issues have been increased. To counter these ongoing problems in this research work, we have developed a grid-connected Photovoltaic (PV) model to produce clean energy with maximum efficiency. In this model an Electronic Controller (EC) for PV panels interfacing with the grid is designed, This EC model consists on a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) coupled with a DC boost converter connected with a line-commutated inverter and the MPPT controller has been simulated. Subject upon that, the PV panel output is inconsistent. To supply constant DC voltages to the inverter circuit, it is necessary to adjust the duty cycle of PI controller. In this simulated modal a single phase grid is continuously fed by a Solar Array by extracting maximum power through the MPPT controller. The grid is fed through active power by altering firing angles at open and closed loop modes. The response of both cases has been compared and found that they are comparatively stable. This model has been simulated in Matlab/Simulink and found that the active power fed into the grid at different firing angles in both open and closed loop modes is stable.