Research Paper | Electrical & Electronics Engineering | India | Volume 2 Issue 7, July 2013
Design and Simulations of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Power System using Three Phase Inverter for Grid Applications
Inderjeet Singh, Vivek Kumar, Devendra Parmar
Fuel cell technology is a relatively new energy-saving technology that has the potential to compete with the conventional existing generation facilities. Among the various Distributed Generation or onsite generation or localized generation technologies available, fuel cells are being considered as a potential source of electricity because they have no geographic limitations and can be placed anywhere on a distribution system. Modeling of SOFC is done by using by using Nernst equation. In that the output power of the fuel cell can be controlled by controlling the flow rate of the fuels used in the process. The three phase PWM inverter to get the suitable form three phase output voltages for the grid connected applications. In this paper, design and modeling of Solid Oxide Fuel cell (SOFC) is discussed for the distributed generation applications. Modeling and simulations are carried out in MATLAB Simulink platform.
Keywords: ELF-extremely low frequency, Amplifiers, loop antennas, magnetic field measurement, magnetometers
Edition: Volume 2 Issue 7, July 2013
Pages: 399 - 402
How to Cite this Article?
Inderjeet Singh, Vivek Kumar, Devendra Parmar, "Design and Simulations of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Power System using Three Phase Inverter for Grid Applications", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=IJSROFF2013330, Volume 2 Issue 7, July 2013, 399 - 402
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