Year 2018, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 26 - 39 2018-12-29

INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S

Nastaran Poormoayed [1] , Seyed Mehdi Hakimi [2] , Mohammad Saadatmandi [3] , Behnam Khaki [4]

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The increased greenhouse gas emissions and the global warming from fossil fuels to produce electrical power generation and transportation, they become the most critical concern of governments to find an alternative source to fossil fuels such as renewable energies like wind and solar;Additionally, transportation is one of the main sources of environmental pollution, to this end, PHEV grid is presented, but the widespread use of PHEV will be creating a significant load on the grid. For this reasons in this paper, a model for the optimal application of green house, was studied in 24 hours. Energy management issue is considered in zero energy buildings with solar hybrid power sources, fuel cell, electrolyzer, hydrogen tank, compressor, reformer, anaerobic reactors and converters as well as plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) must be provided, designed and implemented. The green house serves bilateral energy exchange with the upstream distribution network and if the surplus energy provided, can be sold to the network. Daily house trashes use to decline the bioenvironmental contaminations and also heat of house and hot water is supplied using fuel cell heat and if necessary we should purchase gas from network. In order to optimize this house, an objective function is extracted and aggregation Swarm algorithm to minimizing costs was carried out using MATLAB program. Finally, optimal operation is presented for the green house and results have been analyzed.



PHEV, Solar Power, Fuel Cell, Optimal Operation, Coordination Charging
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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Author: Nastaran Poormoayed
Institution: Electrical Engineering Department, Damavand Branch, Islamic Azad University, Damavand
Country: Iran


Author: Seyed Mehdi Hakimi (Primary Author)
Institution: Electrical Engineering Department, Damavand Branch, Islamic Azad University, Damavand
Country: Iran


Author: Mohammad Saadatmandi
Institution: Electrical Engineering Department, Damavand Branch, Islamic Azad University, Damavand
Country: Iran


Author: Behnam Khaki
Institution: Mechanical Engineering Department, University of California, Los Angeles
Country: United States


Dates

Publication Date: December 29, 2018

Bibtex @research article { ijesg505218, journal = {International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid}, issn = {2548-0332}, eissn = {2636-7904}, address = {Bilal GÜMÜŞ}, year = {2018}, volume = {3}, pages = {26 - 39}, doi = {10.23884/IJESG.2018.3.1.03}, title = {INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S}, key = {cite}, author = {Poormoayed, Nastaran and Hakimi, Seyed Mehdi and Saadatmandi, Mohammad and Khaki, Behnam} }
APA Poormoayed, N , Hakimi, S , Saadatmandi, M , Khaki, B . (2018). INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S. International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid, 3 (1), 26-39. DOI: 10.23884/IJESG.2018.3.1.03
MLA Poormoayed, N , Hakimi, S , Saadatmandi, M , Khaki, B . "INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S". International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid 3 (2018): 26-39 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ijesg/issue/41890/505218>
Chicago Poormoayed, N , Hakimi, S , Saadatmandi, M , Khaki, B . "INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S". International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid 3 (2018): 26-39
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ISNAD Poormoayed, Nastaran , Hakimi, Seyed Mehdi , Saadatmandi, Mohammad , Khaki, Behnam . "INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S". International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid 3 / 1 (December 2018): 26-39. https://doi.org/10.23884/IJESG.2018.3.1.03
AMA Poormoayed N , Hakimi S , Saadatmandi M , Khaki B . INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S. IJESG. 2018; 3(1): 26-39.
Vancouver Poormoayed N , Hakimi S , Saadatmandi M , Khaki B . INTELLIGENT RESIDENTIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SMART BUILDING CONSIDERING FUEL CELL AND PHEV’S. International Journal of Energy and Smart Grid. 2018; 3(1): 39-26.