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ED 591 Physique, Sciences de l’Ingénieur, Matériaux, Énergie NORMANDIE_UNIVERSITE


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Soutenance Mahmoud BARAKAT

Développement des modèles pour l'intégration des énergies renouvelables et des composants de stockage d'énergie dans les applications Smart Grid


26 juin 2018 à 14h00
Monsieur Mahmoud BARAKAT – laboratoire LUSAC
Spécialité : Génie électrique
Directeur de thèse : Hamid GUALOUS
Lieu : Amphi S3 043, UFR sciences, bâtiment sciences 3, campus 2
Titre de la thèse : Développement des modèles pour l'intégration des énergies renouvelables et des composants de stockage d'énergie dans les applications Smart Grid

Résumé : This thesis presents a unique model of the SGAM (Smart Grid Architecture Model) with considering the state of the art of the different research directions of the smart grid and. The hybrid marine-hydrogen active power generation system has been modeled to represent the component layer of the SGAM. The system integrates the MW scale PEM electrolyzer and fuel cell systems as the main energy balance components. The LiFePO4 battery is used to cover the fast dynamics of the electrical energy. Moreover, the thesis analyzes the centralized and the decentralized energy management system. The MAS (Multi-Agent Systems) represents the paradigm of the decentralized system. The JADE platform is used to develop the MAS due to its general domain of application, open source and free license software, interface with MATLAB and the computability with the FIPA (Foundation of Intelligent Physical Agent) standards. The JADE based energy management system balances the energy between the generation (marine-current energy conversion system) and the demand side (residential load profile) during the stand-alone and the grid-connected modes of operation. The proposed model of the SGAM can be considered as a pilot case study that enables the detailed analysis and the applications of the different smart grid research directions. 


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