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“A mathematical model of SmartValley for estimation of contribution of biomass to the electrical generation”
Jorge Mírez ; Segundo Horna ; Daniel Carranza
2019 IEEE International Autumn Meeting on Power, Electronics and Computing (ROPEC). Ixtapa, Mexico, Mexico
A mathematical model is presented for the estimation of the contribution of biomass to the generation of electricity for a valley as a geographical scope of application. Is considered that a valley has several species that are cultivated during the year and that have by-products of the harvest that we have considered as biomass that can be used for the production of electricity that would benefit the valley’s inhabiting community. We have called this integration between population and crops SmartValley, which leads to the use of monitoring, control, management and planning among the different agricultural-energy actors.

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Dr. Jorge Luis Mírez Tarrillo – PERU

At the level of the distribution system, voltage control services focus on maintaining power system voltage within the prescribed bounds during normal operation and during – and especially following – disturbances by keeping the balance between generation and consumption of reactive power. Voltage control includes reactive power supply (injection or absorption), and it can be provided by dynamic sources (generators, synchronous compensators) and static sources (capacitor banks, static voltage controllers, and FACTS devices), including network equipment such as tap-changing transformers in the substations and loads. Voltage control has two targets: (a) Steady-state reactive power/voltage control, (b) Dynamic voltage stability.

Source: Antonio Moreno-Munoz. “Large Scale Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources”. The Institution of Engineering and Technology. 2017.

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