Working example data for generating syntehtic 4-second utility-scale PV output time series from hourly solar irradiance data

Published: 14-09-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/49hv5brf92.1
Kanyawee Keeratimahat


Generation of synthetic PV output time series at 4 seconds using hourly solar irradiance PV plants notation: 277 - Nyngan, 295 - Broken Hill, 299 - Moree, 309 - Royalla. data - Generate reference data contains parameters such as tilt angle, azimuth of the four reference plants. Generate reference/training data code - Generate reference data contains subfolders of steps in generating statistical distribution from the reference data 3.1.1 contains code which caluclate bin number from hourly solar irradiance data. 3.1.2 contains codes to calculate 4-second clear sky PV output, then arrange the 4-second clear sky output into hourly interval. 3.1.3 contains code which sorts the hourly interval according to each pair of GHI and DNI. BIN_INDEX.mat contains the bin numbers that physically exist. 3.1.4 contains code that fits q-exponential distribution to the measured (i.e. reference) distribution. 3.1.5 & 3.1.6 contains the code which scale the distributions to the desired DC plant capacity. Generate synthetic time series code-Synthetic time series contatins: - model_4_sec.m which generate 4-second time series with input of the hourly GHI, DNI and PV output of the plant to be modelled and the scaled distributions from the previous step. - prepare_for_validation.m which calculate PV output variability from the generated 4-second time series and other statistical measures including RMSD, NMBD and KSI. Sample outputs Each folder contains some examples of output file of the code(s) within the same folder. Where a reference plant and a test plant are paired, the file name can be read as follow: bin_dist_pool_(yyyy)_(reference plant)_(test plant).mat Hourly_model_(yyyy)_(test plant)_(reference plant).mat

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