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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



Design And Performance Analysis Of Wind-Pv-Diesel Generator Hybrid Power System For A Hilly Area Rangamati Of Bangladesh

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AUTHOR(S)

Md. Mahidul Haque Prodhan, Md Fazlul Huq, Mohammad Monzur Hossain Khan, Subrata Kumar Aditya

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords : Renewable energy, Hybrid power system, Cost of energy, Payback period, HOMER.

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT : This research proposed a hybrid power generation system suitable for a hilly area application. The methododology of this research was the collection of the basic data of solar radiation, wind speed and other required input data. Optimization simulation model was developed using the electric renewable energy software hybrid optimization model of renewable energy (HOMER). The model has designed to provide an optimal system configuration based on hour-by-hour data for energy availability and demands. Various renewable/alternative energy sources, energy storage and their applicability in terms of cost and performance are discussed. The Sensitivity analysis was carried out using Homer software. According to simulation results, it has been found that renewable energy sources will replace the conventional energy sources and would be a feasible solution for distribution of electric power for standalone applications at remote and distant hilly locations.

 

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