Volume 2-Issue 1-2018

Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Scientific Journal (AEEESJ)  Volume 2 ISSUE 1-2018

ISSN:2520-7539


Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Scientific Journal (AEEESJ)

Volume 2-Issue 1-2018

Designing of Solar PV system based on a double connection with smart Grid for governmental Users

A.K. Serdi,   L.M Mardini

AEEESJ28418-1 

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abstract

The main problem in connection with a grid with a solar PV is the instability and unreliability of the connected system. The demand for solar energy due to the development of solar system technologies become an essential stage in nowadays. The unexpected consuming of power from double-connected Solar PV system makes the perfect solution for governmental building energy consumers. To avoid unexpected failing the system, a measuring monitoring auto-control system is designed to measure the voltage and the current when the power is exported or imported. The system is programmed Using ASp.Net to have a full monitoring platform to process the data measured. The decision regarding the reliability and stability of the system will be based on the accumulated data every fixed period of time.  The proposed system gave promising results and enhanced the efficiency of the system by 12%.


Real-Time Complex Optimization Energy Efficiency Model for Various Applications

F.Alanis & R.M. Aidan

AEEESJ28418-2 

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Real-Time monitoring in controlling the energy consumption is one of the main challenges in energy efficiency. The integration of sensing systems, monitoring, software analysis, and feedback decision is a complex process and needs more research. In this paper, we integrated a full Real-Time Complex Optimization Efficiency Model (RTCOEM) based on wireless sensing, Real-time monitoring, decision-making algorithm, and instant Real-time response controller. The system is tested in residences and governmental buildings and showed promising future results.


Solar PV systems for Cooling applications

W.Wan, T. Wong, S.N. Shiong

AEEESJ28418-3 

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This paper aims to investigate electro-economics of solar PV systems to investigate possible solutions for improving the system to be implemented in cooling systems. The performance of a reference solar PV system for residential cooling applications depends on the PV quality and area of the room. In this paper, a systematic approach is presented and used for analyzing system improvements in the reference system. The effect of the system improvements on system performance of the reference system was evaluated by means of system simulations using Matlab. Results show that PV solar system with some modifications to the refrigerating system can be a promising technology in the future.

 


Cyber Security:  International Smart Grid Security Concerns

Tomas R. Rewind and Richard Robinson

AEEESJ28418-4 

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In worldwide countries, the joined smart grids should be saved and secure. Using smart grids between countries prevents the energy waste and reduces the emissions. This is also will increase the use of alternative energy resources and make it more practical to use the energy efficiency methods. One of the concerns that are related to the implementation of the common smart grid is the privacy concerns in this article, the cyber security that exists in the smart grid will be taken as a possible highlighted report. The report shows the steps that implemented to go forward the full mutual energy exchange between the countries.