This paper describes a dynamic model of a SOFC fuel cell, which can be used in transient stability studies. The model is applied to a distributed utility grid that uses a fuel cell and a gas turbine as distributed generators DGs . Transient stability of the system is investigated for different DGs power outputs using a software developed based on the commercial Power System Tool Box and SIMULINK in MATLAB. A method for interfacing the fuel cell to the grid is presented. Transient stability is enhanced through a control design of the firing angle of the fuel cell inverter for the couple of well-known applications are discussed.
by Rameez Hassan Pala ""Operation and Control of Grid-Connected Fuel Cell System""
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019,
Distributed generation; Renewable energy sources; Fuel cell systems; Power-conditioning units; dc/dc converters; dc/ac inverters