Solar System Analysis for Different LOADS in Stand-Alone Mode
Keywords:THD, DG, PV system, MPPT
Distributed generators using environmentally friendly energy sources such as wind, small water and solar energy have become an important part of the future smart grid/micro grid concept. Design of an autonomous photovoltaic system to study the reaction of solar modules to variable irradiation conditions and their effect on loads. The autonomous system must include a battery storage system to handle non-linear load responses on the AC side. And improve the output power of the photovoltaic system using the MPPT algorithm specially designed to drive linear and non-linear loads on stand-alone systems. And causing the system to respond to varying levels of radiation in the environment and achieve an uninterrupted regulated output of the system. The system examined the behavior of linear and non-linear loads with constant irradiation of 1000 wb / m2 and then modified it to a value between 1000 wb / m2 and 200 wb/m2. The harmonic content in the line voltage increased to 3.34% with a non-linear load by 0.54% with a linear load.
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