Solar Convertor Performance Analysis Fitting Load at Two Different Local Areas
Keywords:PWM, PV system, solar, MPPT.
Multilevel converters are divided into diode clamp inverters, flying capacitor inverters and cascade inverters. The main objective of this work is to design a solar energy system to move loads away from production points and study the system to improve its reliability and efficiency. And analyze the system with the inverter field-oriented feedback control under transient load conditions to analyze the efficiency of the system in driving motor loads. The simulated work in this work demonstrates the possibility of using a photovoltaic cell to power a motor via a three-phase bridge inverter. It can be concluded that this work will contribute to the analysis of solar modules for the operation of a motor using a PWM inverter. The work also aims to perform an analysis of the solar energy system that moves loads away from the point of generation. The drive commands at the load points are analyzed during the process, taking into account the transient load conditions.
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