Optimization-Based Power and Energy Management System in Shipboard Microgrid: A Review

Peilin Xie, Josep M. Guerrero, Sen Tan, Najmeh Bazmohammadi, Juan C. Vasquez, Mojtaba Mehrzadi, Yusuf Al-Turki

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The increasing demands for reducing greenhouse emissions and improving fuel efficiency of marine transportation have presented opportunities for electric ships. Due to the complexity of multiple power resources coordination, varied propulsion loads, changeable economical, and environmental requirements, power/energy management system (PMS/EMS) becomes essential in both designing and operational processes. The existing literature on PMS/EMS can be categorized into rule-based and optimization-based approaches. Compared to the rule-based PMS/EMS, which relies heavily on human expertise, as well as predefined strategies and priorities, the optimization-based approaches can offer more efficient solutions and are more widely used nowadays. This article provides a comprehensive review of the marine optimization-based power/energy management system and discusses the future trends of PMS/EMS in ship power systems.
TidsskriftIEEE Systems Journal
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)578-590
Antal sider13
StatusUdgivet - 1 mar. 2022


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