Microgrids and HIL

Dissertations on controller and power hardware in the loop simulations

  • ‘Real-time simulation of off-grid hybrid systems’ – Nikos Ntavarinos, March 2015 – Abstract
  • ‘Electrification of rural areas in developing countries’ – Katerina Dimitriou, March 2015 – Abstract
  • ‘Applying local and coordinated voltage control at networks with distributed generation using real-time simulation’ – Marios Maniatopoulos, November 2014 – Abstract
  • ‘Local control of distributed generation at off-grid microgrids’ – Dimitris Papalexis, July 2014 – Abstract
  • ‘Stability and accuracy of PHIL simulation for testing distributed generation’ – Dimitris Barakos, July 2014 – Abstract
  • ‘Real-Time Simulation of a Wind Turbine for frequency control studies’ – Nikolaos Katsoulakos, March 2013 – Abstract
  • ‘Harmonic study in Low Voltage networks with high Photovoltaic penetration’ – Iasonas Kouveliotis-Lysikatos, March 2013 – Abstract
  • ‘Investigation on voltage increase due to photovoltaic production in Low Voltage networks’ – Fanis Korlos, November 2012 – Abstract
  • ‘Power-Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation and voltage increase due to photovoltaic production in Low Voltage networks’ – Vasilis Kleftakis, October 2011 – Abstract