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Control and monitoring of a distributed energy generation systems based on renewable sources with storage system
Smugala, Ondrej ; Paar, Martin (referee) ; Vrána, Michal (advisor)
The diploma thesis is dealing with possible approaches to control distributed energy resources and storage systems. One of these approaches is a virtual power plant and its concept is described in the first part of the thesis. The virtual power plant is a controlled system of distributed energy resources, storage systems and controllable loads interconnected via communication network, that can act as a conventional power plant. The theoretical part contains a survey of control system's topologies, a brief summary of available communication infrastructures and standards. The second part of the thesis is focused on the description of operation and control of hybrid system that represents an inseparable component of virtual power plant. A Matlab Simulink model was created for this purpose. A simulation of hybrid inverter's step response is realised to test the operation of the hybrid system and it is compared with the real measurements in the laboratory. A comparison of control approaches of hybrid system implemented on the basis of measurements is also included in this thesis and was published in the scientific paper attached in the appendix.
Simulation of steady-state and dynamic behavior of low-temperature fuel cell
Smugala, Ondrej ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis is concerned with mathematic modelling of low temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC). First part of the thesis is focused on explaining the principle of production of electricity by this type of source. The main advantages and disadvantages of this technology are presented there. A division of fuel cells according to the stack temperature and the kind of used electrolyte is also made in this part. Typical technical information is mentioned for every type of fuel cell. The rest of thesis is concerned with the PEMFC. Firstly there is a description of construction of fuel cell and a presentation of applications in the industry. The second part of work includes a mathematical description of steady and dynamic behavior of fuel cell which is based on relations among fundamental parameters and quantities. The other part contains all results of simulation which was made on a model created in Matlab Simulink. Comparison of the results of real measurement with the results of simulation which was performed on a modified model is provided in the last part of thesis.

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