Propuesta para la optimización del diseño y operación de sistemas fotovoltaicos autónomos a instalarse en el Perú, basado en redes eléctricas inteligentes

  • Oswaldo Morla Morales Taquiri Facultad de Ingeniería Mecánica, Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Lima, Perú.
Palabras clave: optimización de sistemas fotovoltaicos, sistemas fotovoltaicos autónomos, LabVIEW en sistemas fotovoltaicos

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El cambio climático obliga a un crecimiento económico sin contaminación. Una de las principales alternativas es el uso de energías renovables como la solar fotovoltaica. La variabilidad del recurso solar, de la demanda y de las condiciones ambientales que incidirán en su performance. Para el buen funcionamiento de los sistemas fotovoltaicos, autónomos, es indispensable desarrollar una metodología de optimización de su diseño y operación, autónomos, que tomen en cuenta la oferta, demanda y las condiciones ambientales, utilizando para ello criterios de redes eléctricas inteligentes. Este trabajo propone la monitorización y predicción del rendimiento de los sistemas fotovoltaicos, así como el fomento de estrategias de planificación y control de modo eficiente, utilizando un regulador seguidor del punto de máxima potencia, una estación meteorológica que incluya la medición de polvo, un sistema de adquisición de datos inalámbrica y una estación de monitoreo y registro basado en LabVIEW. 

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2015-12-01
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O. Morales Taquiri, «Propuesta para la optimización del diseño y operación de sistemas fotovoltaicos autónomos a instalarse en el Perú, basado en redes eléctricas inteligente»s, tecnia, vol. 25, n.º 2, pp. 23-34, dic. 2015.
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