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|Title||Diesel-Driven Emergency Generation Units For Saudi Village in Rafah City-Gaza Strip|
Citizens in the Gaza Strip use small power generation units (3-5KVA) through Gaza Strip streets and markets. You can see many of these units are running on the street with much noise and pollution. This problem increases the suffering of the people in Gaza Strip. In addition to that these units consume large amounts of fuel and more cost on consumers, which cause shortage for cars and transportation from gasoline and diesel, also becoming liability on the people and government to provide fuel to run these units. This thesis proposes a solution to this problem by using a distributed larger generation units so that these units are connected in a power network. The operation and shutdown of these are based on the local demand for electricity. This scheme is applied to the Saudi village in the Rafah city. The number of required operating units are computed based on the average demand on power. So that these units operate when the power shortage is on the same electrical grid. A control scheme is proposed for these units for setting up a mechanism to provide these units with fuel. ETAP software is used for implementation of the project, it is providing the value of load flow analysis, also it is used to calculate the voltage drop and branch losses in cables. We can also obtain a detailed report about the electric grid in the Saudi Neighborhood. The international electrotechnical commission (IEC) standard is used as a reference. Finally, feasibility studies for the various loading conditions are provided. The study has shown that the payback period varies between 4-5 years at a price of NIS 1.5/kWh and about 1 year at a price of NIS 2/kWh.
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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