IEEE I&CPS Asia 2021 Special Session on
Protection and Fault Analysis of MicrogridsDownload CFP Flyer
Special Session Introduction
The recent years have manifested considerable interest in the novel Microgrids and it increases the challenges related to the protection of these systems. Microgrids are an energy-efficient solution for applications where the majority of electronic loads are local, and the power is produced locally by PV array, wind turbines, or fuel cells. These developments lead to the integration of Microgrids into the existed networks. This section will cover theoretical and experimental progress in the designing of protection systems for Microgrids, and analyzing the arc fault impact on these systems.
The topics of IEEE I&CPS Asia is focused on power system research, and the proposed session will focus on protection of Microgrids. However, in recent years, many europan countries focused on proposing methods on protection of Microgrids for different applications, such as residential Microgrids, shipboards, and aircrafts.
Topics of this special session include, but not limited to the following:
- Investigation of arc fault effect on the operation of Microgrids
- Designing a protection system again arc faults in Microgrids
- Suggesting fault location methods in Microgrids
- Determining the impact of high penetration of renewable energy resources on Microgrids
- Protection of Shipboards
- Protection of Aircrafts
Short Bio of Session Organizer
Navid Bayati, Syddansk University, Navib@sdu.dk
Navid Bayati was born in Arak, Iran, in 1992. He received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Arak University, Arak, Iran, in 2014. Also, he received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, in 2017. He is graduated from Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (Power Systems) from the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark on 2020. Since 2019, he has been involved in research with Loughborough University, UK. From 2021, he currently pursuing the Postdoc at SDU, Denmark on protection and control of Microgrids. His research interests are power system protection, DC Microgrid, and fault detection and location of renewable energy resource-based systems. He is also a Reviewer of IEEE and IET journals, and he was a recipient of Top 1% Reviewer in the world in 2019.
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