مناقشـة رسـالة ماجستيـر بكليـة الهندسـة |
نُوقشت ظهر اليوم الاربعاء الموافق 21-06-2023م، بقاعة الاجتماعات بكلية الهندسة رسالة الماجستير المقدمة من الطالب / أبوبكر عطية سعد، والتي كانت بعنوان (Power Flow Analysis of Al-Bayda City Network Integrating Photovoltaic-Battery Energy Storage System)
وتشكلت لجنة المناقشة من السادة :
– د. ايمن عبدالرحمن نوح. مشرفاً رئيسياً
– د. ستار جابر العيساوي. ممتحناً خارجياً.
– د. منير عبدالله فرج. ممتحناً داخلياً.
The Green Mountain electrical power network in general and that of the city of Al-Bayda in particular faces several problems including voltage drop and high losses. This is because of two major reasons, the first is the transferring of electricity over long distances from the generation plants to the city, and the second is the ramp increasing in load demand. To solve this problem, researchers suggest many solutions, among these is the search for energy generation alternatives referring to the immediate environment. The aim of this study is to assess the integration of a photovoltaic (PV) system and/or battery energy storage system (BESS) into the city of Al-Bayda’s medium voltage (MV) network. The research methodology adopted to conduct this study is divided into two parts; firstly, the city’s electrical network will be evaluated by simulating the network using the Electrical Transient Energy Program (ETAP) under three load conditions, namely, normal, summer, and winter conditions. Then, the integration will be analyzed through three scenarios; the network with just PV, the network with just BESS, and the network with both BESS and PV. Secondly, the optimal size will be determined by evaluating three preselected sizes of PV and BESS. Based on this optimal size, the best location can be determined. The results show that BESS with PV will improve the voltage profile of MV substations and reduce electricity consumption from the network. In addition, the optimal size of the PV and BESS is 1.5 MW and 2 MW respectively, while the optimal locations are the AL-Riyadhya, AL-Shuela, AL-Muasalat, and AL-Edhaea, at which the integration of PV and BESS improves the voltage and reduces energy consumption.