Specifications of Photovoltaic Pumping Systems in Agriculture: Sizing, Fuzzy Energy Management and Economic Sensitivity Analysis is the first book of its kind to discuss the physical installation and sizing of PV pumping systems, also providing a successful energy management operation and economic sensitivity analysis.
In order to balance production with consumption, and to improve the lifetime of batteries, Imene Yahyaoui offers a complete study through sensitive analysis of system components and sizing algorithms, providing guidance for efficient energy conversion and management for off-grid systems.
From this single source, readers will be equipped with all the necessary data they need to understand, plan, and implement cost reduced systems.
- Contains practical examples on how to optimize photovoltaic energy to pump water
- Presents case studies on both the physical installation and effective energy management of PV water pump systems
- Provides in-depth economic studies that justify optimization reliability
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About the Author
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.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Renewable Energies and Irrigation
Chapter 2. Modeling of the Photovoltaic Irrigation Plant Components
Chapter 3. Sizing Optimization of the Photovoltaic Irrigation Plant Components
Chapter 4. Optimum Energy Management of the Photovoltaic Irrigation Installation
Chapter 5. Viability of DG, DG/PV and PV/Batteries Plants for Water Pumping: Sensitivity Analysis According to Geographical and Economic Parameters Variations
Chapter 6. General Conclusion