Analyzing Tidal Energy Scheme with Variable Inputs that are affected by Tides
Keywords:Tidal Energy, Tides, Barrages, tidal streams, energy generator, tidal lagoons.
Architecture of a tidal power station using a permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) with a Maximum Power Point Tracking Algorithm and a grid-connected final output. The goal of this paper is to increase the power of a tidal power plant by using the MPPT algorithm, that is more accurate and consistent than the escalation automated system. It is required to boost the voltage and amperage accessible on the line to make the system more efficient in managing direct current loads on site after switching to three-phase alternating current. Expand the research to adapt the algorithm to adjustments in the tide and, as a result, changes in the conversion system's output power.
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