Advances in Renewable Energies and Power Technologies: Volume 2: Biomass, Fuel Cells, Geothermal Energies, and Smart Grids is a valuable resource for anyone working in renewable energy or wanting to learn more about theoretical and technological aspects of the most recent inventions and research in the field.
- Offers a comprehensive guide to the most advanced contemporary renewable power generation technologies written by a team of top experts- Discusses power control and limitations of each technology- Includes global case studies and models to exemplify the technological possibilities and limitations of each power generation method
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1. Biomass: Some Basics and Biogas 2. Simulation models of biomass thermochemical process for the prediction of the potential energetic through gasification 3. Biomass gasification for power generation applications: a modelling, economic and experimental study 4. Fuel Cells: Concepts and Operating Principles 5. On the Modelling and Control of a Photovoltaic- Fuel Cell Hybdrid Energy System 6. Geothermal Power 7. Deployment of Renewable Energy Systems: Barriers, Challenges and Opportunities 8. Optimal Sizing and Designing of Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems in Smart Grid Applications 9. Grid-connected microgrids: demand management via distributed control and human-in-the-loop optimization 10. Distributed generation energy, in relation to renewable energy: Principle, techniques, cases studies 11. Virtual Inertia for Power Converters Control 12. Electric and hybrid vehicle drives and smart grid interfacing 13. Machine Learning Techniques for Data Classification 14. Telecommunication Technologies for Smart Grids: Total Cost Optimization 15. Smart Manufacturing In a SoSe Perspective
Dr. Imene Yahyaoui obtained her electrical engineering and master degrees in electric conversion and renewable energies from the University of Sfax, Tunisia. She has a PhD in Systems and Process Engineering from the Industrial Engineering School of the University of Valladolid, Spain. She performed her postdoc at the Electric Engineering Department of the Federal University of Espiritu Santo, Brazil. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Electric Engineering Department of the University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M), Spain.