Dynamic modeling and simulation of a thermoelectric-solar hybrid energy system using an inverse dynamic analysis input shaper

A. M. Yusop, Ramizi Mohamed, Afida Ayob, Azah Mohamed

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This study presents the behavioral model of thermal temperature and power generation of a thermoelectric-solar hybrid energy system exposed to dynamic transient sources. In the development of thermoelectric-solar hybrid energy system, studies have focused on the regulation of both systems separately. In practice, a separate control system affects hardware pricing. In this study, an inverse dynamic analysis shaping technique based on exponential function is applied to a solar array (SA) to stabilize output voltage before this technique is combined with a thermoelectric module (TEM). This method can be used to estimate the maximum power point of the hybrid system by initially shaping the input voltage of SA. The behavior of the overall system can be estimated by controlling the behavior of SA, such that SA can follow the output voltage of TEM as the time constant of TEM is greater than that of SA. Moreover, by employing a continuous and differentiable function, the acquired output behavior of the hybrid system can be attained. Data showing the model is obtained from current experiments with predicted values of temperature, internal resistance, and current attributes of TEM. The simulation results show that the proposed input shaper can be used to trigger the output voltage of SA to follow the TEM behavior under transient conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Article number376781
JournalModelling and Simulation in Engineering
Volume2014
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Inverse Analysis
Inverse Dynamics
Dynamic Modeling
Dynamic Analysis
Dynamic Simulation
Dynamic analysis
Modeling and Simulation
Electric potential
Energy
Hybrid systems
Module
Voltage
Output
Exponential functions
Hybrid Systems
Power generation
Hardware
Control systems
Temperature
Transient Dynamics

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  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Engineering(all)

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