Analysis of Grid Connected Solar PV System with Distributed Per Phase Inverter with Buck Boost Control Driving Unbalanced Load
Small scale PV systems are mainly used in Distributed Generating systems (DG).The problem with PV DG system is for designing this system high voltage gain need to be required. In order to achieve this high gain we are choosing Grid connected PV system that is large scale Grid connected PV system In Grid connected PV system Power Electronic devices such as converters and inverters are main parts along with PV panels. In our work we have designed a solar PV system with varying irradiation in MATLAB/SIMULINK and enhance its output capacity before its integration with the grid. To design a suitable controller for per phase designed power converter such that it produces better output results than the traditional converter. The controller has to be designed along with buck boost control of DC output from the system instead of designing a whole new and separate control algorithm for inverter. It was concluded that active power output from the system from approximately 1MW in conventional inverter has improved to 12MW in the proposed scheme.
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