Distributed Generation system Power Enhancement by per phase Converter and Differential Evolutionary Optimization Controller
Keywords:PV, inverter, grid, DC, AC.
Worldwide renewable energy resources, especially solar energy, are growing dramatically in view of energy shortage and environmental concerns. The main objective of this study the design of a solar photovoltaic system in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment so as to enhance its output capacity before its integration with the grid. And to stabilize and improve the active power output from the solar system by designing an efficient controller for the inverter for DC to AC conversion based on AI optimization technique. Enhance the system reliability and efficiency by integrating it with the grid via a transformer with the desired grid voltage and frequency and studying its performance at different loads.
This work provides a comprehensive design and implementation of power regulatory per phase inverter with proposed differential evolutionary pulse regulation control. Finally the work is made efficiently integrating it with the grid. The designed system is also capable of feeding reactive power to the grid when required. The computational methodology of the proposed modulation technique is very easy and the technique can be applied to the multilevel inverter with any number of levels.
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