Journal of Electrical Engineering : Volume 18 / 2018 - Edition : 1

EMBEDDED CONTROLLER BASED MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM USING ADAPTIVE TECHNIQUE

Authors:
jegajothi
Dr.c.yaashuwanth
Domain:
power electronics
Abstract:
The paper is explain about the anticipated method of an adaptive procedure related embedded regulator which is used to congregate the greatest power from the anticipated photovoltaic (PV) system. The mixture of bacterial foraging optimization algorithm (BFOA) and artificial neural network (ANN) algorithms is known as the adaptive technique. It used to maintain the exchanging pulse of the DC-DC converter. The BFOA is exploiting to enhancing the knowledge progression of the ANN. Also, it is exploiting to engender the most favorable control pulse to the converter for obtaining the greatest power. According to its effortlessness and simple execution, the PV system is used to compute the power through predictable representation. On the other hand, it experiences the instabilities for the period of quick alteration in weather and/or fluctuation in the region of maximum power point (MPP) at fixed condition. At the initial step, Instabilities alters the task sequence occur by reason of the inaccurate choice obtained by means of the predictable MPP Tracking algorithm. Afterward the anticipated procedure is implemented to enhancing the presentation and computes the power limitation of the PV system which is authenticated and executed in an embedded regulator. At last, the presentation study of the anticipated adaptive procedure related embedded regulator is evaluated by means of predictable procedures like base representation, cuckoo search (CS) and Particle swarm optimization (PSO).
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