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Modeling of a hybrid energy system, Photovoltaic and Generator (PV/GE) at the Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou, Guinea

Ansoumane Sakouvogui
Department of Energy, Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou, Guinea.
Amadou Diarra
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Gamal Abdel Nasser University of Conakry, Guinea
Faya Oulare
Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Julius Nyéréré University of Kankan, Guinea.
Elhadj Ousmane Camara
Department of Energy, Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou, Guinea.
Saïdou Barry
Department of Energy, Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou, Guinea.
Mamby Keita
Department of Physics, Gamal Abdel Nasser University of Conakry, Guinea.

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Abstract

This present work was carried out at the Energy Department of the Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou and at the Applied Energy Education and Research Laboratory of the Faculty of Sciences of the Gamal Abdel Nasser University of Conakry, Guinea. Given the solar energy potential available to the continent, Hybrid Photovoltaic Power Systems and Generating Sets could constitute a suitable technological solution for the supply of electrical energy in isolated sites. This study led to the following results: average unfavorable solar irradiation in June (4.16 kWh/m2.d); the building's electrical load balance is 254760 Wh/d; the sizing of the photovoltaic field (the type of panels chosen Cip-60-270, the peak power of the PV field 59435.420 Wp, the number of panels 220 including 2 in series and 110 in parallel); the C4000-48 type inverter-chargers, 62 in number to achieve a power of 40 nickel-cadmium 1.2 V type accumulators in series in 140 batteries connected in parallel, the voltage drop in the cables is between 0.01 and 0.02. The electrical diagram of the installation is done.

Keywords

  • Solar panel,
  • Photovoltaic,
  • Battery,
  • Inverter,
  • Regulator

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Volume 3, Issue 4, Year 2021

Published 2021-06-08

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Sakouvogui, A. ., Diarra, A., Oulare, F., Camara, E. O., Barry, S., & Keita, M. (2021). Modeling of a hybrid energy system, Photovoltaic and Generator (PV/GE) at the Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou, Guinea. International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Technovation, 3(4), 10–16. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjmt2142

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