Improved Power Quality in a Three Phase Two Stage PV Grid Interface

Authors

  • Neena Verma School of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Kakryal, India
  • Neeraj Tripathi School of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Kakryal, India

Keywords:

PV system, LCL filter, SDM, MPP

Abstract

Due to the ever-increasing need for electrical energy and the challenges connected with traditional thermal power plants, solar energy has recently received increased attention. photovoltaic energy generation This study is based on the design and development of a three-phase system. Power electronics converter with grid interface for PV applications. With a dc-dc boost, the power electronic interface contains two-stage conversions. for grid integration and a dc-ac three-phase voltage source inverter, the dc-dc the solar panel's maximum power point functioning is taken into account by the boost converter and VSI. The dc-link voltage and the electricity supplied into the grid are controlled. The performance of the MPPT algorithm based on the Perturb & Observe and maximum power point tracking for solar using Incremental Conductance algorithms PV systems have been thoroughly examined. A PV module based on design methods. Solar insolation and temperature affect the output of a solar photovoltaic (SPV) panel. A step up the dc-dc converter circuit is simulated to develop algorithms. Perturb Observe and gradually increase your conductance. There has also been a qualitative comparison were undertaken to demonstrate the benefits and drawbacks of using LCL filter methods in the introduced into the were designed and minimized. The inverter has a 50kW grid interface and a maximum power point tracker algorithm. The use of a PI controller to synchronize with the grid has been completed.

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Published

29-06-2022

How to Cite

[1]
N. Verma and N. Tripathi, “Improved Power Quality in a Three Phase Two Stage PV Grid Interface”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 281–285, Jun. 2022.

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