Design of solar power plant and real-time voltage quality monitoring system using LabVIEW
Keywords:Solar power, Energy storage unit, Real time, Voltage quality, LabVIEW
This research presents the design of a solar power generation system in combination with energy storage unit. The objective of this research is to apply renewable energy production technology to reduce the use of external energy. this research was to design a solar power generation system for beef cattle breeding group, Na Yom sub-district, Mueang district, Phetchabun province. The solar power generation system is designed to be installed on the roof. In addition, this research study and development of innovative prototypes for real-time solar voltage quality monitoring system using the LabVIEW program. The study results showed that this solar power generation system in combination with the energy storage unit can supply the load covering the energy consumption of the beef cowshed, which can reduce the use of external electricity by 23.10% and the solar voltage quality monitoring system can display the results for the monitoring of the solar power generation system in conjunction with the real-time voltage quality. In addition to the objectives of this solar power generation system can be developed to further the innovation of renewable energy generation. If a group of farmers has built a widespread power generation system, including electricity generation from other types of renewable energy, it can be developed into a micro grid system for energy security
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