publication . Other literature type . Article . 2016

A review on compressed air energy storage – A pathway for smart grid and polygeneration

Gayathri Venkataramani; Prasanna Parankusam; Velraj Ramalingam; Jihong Wang;
  • Published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
The increase in energy demand and reduction in resources for conventional energy production along with various environmental impacts, promote the use of renewable energy for electricity generation and other energy-need applications around the world. Wind power has emerged as the biggest renewable energy source in the world, whose potential, when employed properly, serves to provide the best power output. In order to achieve self-sustenance in energy supply and to match the critical needs of impoverished and developing regions, wind power has proven to be the best solution. However, wind power is intermittent and unstable in nature and hence creates lot of grid i...
Subjects
free text keywords: TK, Waste management, Intermittent energy source, Pumped-storage hydroelectricity, Energy development, business.industry, business, Process engineering, Engineering, Wind power, Smart grid, Renewable energy, Grid energy storage, Electrical engineering, Distributed generation
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3.1 Thermodynamic Analysis

3.2 Modeling & Simulation Analysis

3.3 Experimental Investigation 4. Control Strategies of CAES system 5. Case Studies and CAES potential 6. Economic Analysis 7. CAES - A Pathway to Smart Grid & Polygeneration 8. Conclusion

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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2016

A review on compressed air energy storage – A pathway for smart grid and polygeneration

Gayathri Venkataramani; Prasanna Parankusam; Velraj Ramalingam; Jihong Wang;