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Title: Advanced Un Interruptible Power Supply
Authors: Yousef, Sohaip
Hethnawi, Mohammad
Raed, Baraa
Hamdan, Akram
Alsadi, Samer
Foqha, Tareq
AlWahhabi, Abdulelah
Alzgool, Mais
Keywords: Tulkarm;UPS;PV
Issue Date: 26-Jan-2024
Publisher: Springer Nature
Citation: Yousef, S. et al. (2024). Advanced Un Interruptible Power Supply. In: Khoury, R.E., Nasrallah, N. (eds) Intelligent Systems, Business, and Innovation Research. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 489. Springer, Cham.
Series/Report no.: 489;635–646
Abstract: Tulkarm city experiences an unreliable electricity supply from the grid, making it crucial to explore options for enhancing the supply in areas that are most adversely affected by these issues. Power outages or disturbances in power lines can have negative consequences on critical loads, such as computer systems that control important processes or medical equipment. Additionally, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, education in Palestine has shifted towards electronic learning, making it imperative to have an alternative power source that guarantees a consistent energy supply for educational facilities. Although UPS technology has advanced significantly, it is still not widely used in residential electric systems in the region. The use of both solar power and UPS is on the rise, with solar energy being driven by cheaper solar cells, making it economically viable for a wider range of applications. This thesis concentrates on designing a UPS system that uses solar power for residential consumers. The study is comprised of two sections. The initial section is a computer simulation that utilizes MATLAB Simulink, which employs an exploratory approach and seeks to simulate a combined system before conducting physical experiments in order to verify the system's proper operation. The second section entails experimentation on a physical prototype system that utilizes fundamental UPS and solar power components. The findings from the prototype system indicate that integrating solar power into a UPS system does not significantly disrupt UPS functionality. The solar panels, which serve as an additional power source, can improve system performance under specific operational circumstances.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-36895-0_53
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