Tidal Energy Systems – Design, Optimization and Control – 1st Edition – Vikas Khare, Cheshta Khare, Savita Nema, Prashant Baredar
Tidal Energy Systems: Design, Optimization and Control provides a comprehensive overview of concepts, technologies, management and the control of tidal energy systems and tidal power plants. It presents the fundamentals of tidal energy, including the structure of tidal currents and turbulence. Technology, principles, components, operation, and a performance assessment of each component are also covered. Other sections consider pre-feasibility analysis methods, plant operation, maintenance and power generation, reliability assessment in terms of failure distribution, constant failure rate and the time dependent failure model. Finally, the most recent research advances and future trends are reviewed.
In addition, applicable real-life examples and a case study of India’s tidal energy scenario are included. The book provides ocean energy researchers, practitioners and graduate students with all the information needed to design, deploy, manage and operate tidal energy systems. Senior undergraduate students will also find this to be a useful resource on the fundamentals of tidal energy systems and their components.
- Presents the fundamentals of tidal energy, including system components, pre-feasibility analysis, and plant management, operations and control
- Explores concepts of sustainability and a reliability analysis of tidal energy systems, as well as their economic aspects and future trends
- Covers the assessment of tidal energy systems by optimization technique and game theory
Table of contents
- Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Energy1.1. Energy Consumption and standard of living1.2. Types of Energy Resources1.3. Limitation of conventional energy source1.4. Importance of non-conventional energy sources1.5. Environment aspects of non-conventional energy sources
- Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Tidal Energy2.1. Historical and Parallel Scenarios2.2. Role of Tidal Energy in non-conventional energy sources2.3. Basic Technology and Concepts2.4. Basic Principles of Tidal Power2.5. Components of Tidal Power Plant2.6. Operation Methods of Utilization of Tidal Energy2.7. Estimation of Energy & Power in Simple Single Basin Tidal Systems2.8. Tidal Dynamics and Structure of Tidal Currents2.9. Shining Part of Tidal Energy 2.10. Drawback of Tidal Energy2.11. Economic Aspects of Tidal Energy Systems2.12. Environmental Impacts and Sustainability of Tidal Energy Systems
- Chapter 3. Prefeasibility Analysis of Tidal Energy Systems3.1. Analysis of Location3.2. Distance from Load Area3.3. Physical Boundaries of Assessment3.4. Static v/s Transect Field Survey3.5. Location Assessment with Farm Method3.6. Location Assessment with Flux Method
- Chapter 4. Optimum Sizing & Modeling of Tidal Energy Systems4.1. Operation Methods of Utilization of Tidal Energy Systems4.2. Introduction of Numerical Solutions of the Tidal Equation4.3. Description of Numerical Model4.4. Tidal Energy Facility Size4.5. Primary Tidal Energy Facility Components4.6. Modeling of Tidal Energy Conversion Systems4.7. Modeling of the Tidal Current Turbine
- Chapter 5. Control Systems of Tidal Power Plant5.1. Automatic Control System of Tidal Power Plant5.2. Control Strategies of Ocean Wave Conversion Systems5.3. Reactive Power Control of Tidal Turbine5.4. Dynamic Control of Tidal Current Turbine5.5. Power System Stability Analysis of Tidal Turbine
- Chapter 6. Reliability Assessment of Tidal Power Plant6.1. The Failure Distribution Model of Tidal Energy Systems6.2. Constant Failure Rate Model of Tidal Energy Systems6.3. Time Dependent Failure Model of Tidal Energy Systems6.4. Assessment of Tidal Energy System by Fault Tree Analysis
- Chapter 7. Advances in Tidal Energy Systems7.1. Scenario of Tidal Energy System in India7.2. Scenario of Tidal Energy System in World7.3. Environmental Assessment of Tidal Energy Systems7.4. Tidal Harmonic Analysis7.5. Assessment of Tidal Energy System by Optimization Technique7.6. Assessment of Tidal Energy System by Game Theory7.7. Role of Tidal Energy System in Clean Development Mechanism7.8. Economic Analysis of Tidal Power Plant
About the authors
Vikas Khare is an associate professor at the School of Technology, Management and Engineering, NMIMS, Indore Madhya Pradesh, India. He obtained his B.Tech in Electrical Engineering in 2007 from GEC Sagar, M.Tech (Honors) in Energy Management from DAVV Indore in 2011, and Ph.D. from National Institute of Technology Bhopal, India in 2016, with teaching experience of 12 years. His main research interests are renewable energy systems, optimization techniques and game theory and Big Data. He is also a certified energy manager under the bureau of energy efficiency in India. Dr. Khare has published various research papers in reputed journals such as Elsevier and Taylor and Francis and published books on Renewable Energy in Balaji Publication Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering in Dhanpat Rai Publication and one book of Tidal energy system, Elsevier publication USA. He is also Nominee member of computer society of India.
Affiliations and expertise
Associate Professor, School of Technology, Management and Engineering, NMIMS, Indore Madhya Pradesh, India
Cheshta Khare has obtained her M.E.(Honours) in Power Electronics at SGSITS, India, where she is also pursuing her PhD in Power Systems. Mrs. Khare is an Assistant Professor in the department of Electrical Engineering at SGSITS, Indore, India.
Affiliations and expertise
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, SGSITS, Indore, India
Savita Nema is currently a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal, India. She received her B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1990 and her M.E. degree in Control Systems in 1993, both from Jabalpur Engineering College, Madhya Pradesh, India. She went on to complete her Ph.D. degree from Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) Bhopal, India, in 2011. She has more than 25 years’ experience in teaching and research. She was the head of the Electrical Engineering Department during 2016-2018. In addition, she was also a Chairperson of the Energy Centre, MANIT during 2018. She has guided around 50 M.Tech. dissertation and two PhDs and currently supervising candidates for doctoral degree. Dr. Nema has published more than 100 research papers in national/international journals/conferences, and is a member of the Advisory Board of MP Regulatory Electricity commission (MPREC) in Bhopal since Feb 2014. She has coauthored a book on Tidal Energy published by Elsevier and has been expert and chairman of various selection committees. She is the winner of DG NCC plaque of Honour award for the year 2000.
Affiliations and expertise
Department of Electrical Engineering, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal, India
Prashant Baredar is a professor and head in Energy Department, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal, India. He achieved his Ph.D. degree in Hybrid Energy System from Rajiv Gandhi Technological University Bhopal. Dr. Baredar has 20 years’ experience in Mechanical Engineering. He is on the editorial board of many international journals. He has successfully organized five national seminars and conferences on Energy topic and delivered 25 expert lectures & invited talks. He has guided 6 PhD thesis and 42 M.Tech thesis. He has published one patent on reconfigurable mechanism for wind turbine blade. Dr. Baredar has published 102 research papers in national/international Journals and at conferences, and contributed to the books entitled Basic Mechanical Engineering, Practical Journal of Basic Mechanical Engineering, Renewable Energy sources and Practical Journal of Basic Civil Engineering& Engineering Mechanics.
Affiliations and expertise
Professor and Head, Energy Department, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal, India