Optimal Online Charging Coordination of Plug in Electric Vehicles in Unbalanced Grids for Ancillary Voltage Support
This PhD thesis will propose an optimal online charge control through genetic algorithm for G2V coordination of PEVs (OL-C-TP) in unbalanced systems. Moreover the algorithm will be extended to also include V2G coordination and offer ancillary voltage support (OL-CD-TPQ) by considering two different methods based on the utility time-of-day prices for exporting reactive power and droop controller for decentralized exporting of reactive power. Then the performance of OL-CD-TPQ by switching PEVs in three phase unbalanced networks is improved.
|dc.title||Optimal Online Charging Coordination of Plug in Electric Vehicles in Unbalanced Grids for Ancillary Voltage Support||en_US|
|curtin.department||School of Electrical Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences||en_US|
|curtin.faculty||Science and Engineering||en_US|