IJMTES – HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION OF RULES BASED FUNCTIONAL CONTROL OF BIDIRECTIONAL DC-DC CONVERTER FOR STANDALONE PV

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION OF RULES BASED FUNCTIONAL CONTROL OF BIDIRECTIONAL DC-DC CONVERTER FOR STANDALONE PV

Author’s Name : R Rajasekaran | Dr P Usha Rani  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 221-226

Abstract – The proposed converter interface one unidirectional input power port and three bi-directional ports for storage elements in a unified structure. The objective of proposed work carried out Non isolated bi-directional Dc-Dc converter with soft switching capabilities, and comprehensive modulation strategy utilizing 27 rules based fuzzy logic control that satisfies the requirement of PV system to achieve MPPT and output voltage regulation. The validity of the proposed converter and its control performance are verified by MATLAB modeling, simulation result has done by closed loop design and power flow ability is achieved independently, the proposed converter reduce the component cost at losses for to harvest from the renewable energy, Experiment have been carried out on a Prototype which demonstrated the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed topology, This topology promises significant savings in component count and losses for renewable energy power harvesting system.

Keywords— Multi-Input Converters, Battery, Super Capacitor, ZVS, Fuzzy Controller, Proto Type Kit 

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