Performance of PV/Wind/Battery Hybrid Power System using Different MPPT Techniques

Anuj Kumar, Mohit Tyagi: Performance of PV/Wind/Battery Hybrid Power System using Different MPPT Techniques. In: International Transaction on Engineering & Science, 1 (4), pp. 30-42, 2019.

Abstract

Renewable energy sources have become a popular alternative electrical energy source where power generation in conventional ways is not practical. In the last few years the photovoltaic and wind power generation have been increased significantly. In this study, we proposed a hybrid energy system which combines both solar panel and wind turbine parameter to generate electrical power source of electrical and supplied to power grid station. Two control techniques are used to maximum power point tracking (MPPT). It is used in circuit wind turbine as well in solar to get maximum power. And second control technique is used at grid side converting DC-AC by voltage source converter. A simple control technique which is also cost effective has been proposed to track the operating point at which maximum power can be coerced from the PV system and wind turbine generator system under continuously changing environmental conditions. The entire hybrid system is described given along with comprehensive simulation results that discover the feasibility of the system. A software simulation model is developed in Matlab/Simulink.

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@article{ITG_481,
title = {Performance of PV/Wind/Battery Hybrid Power System using Different MPPT Techniques},
author = {Anuj Kumar, Mohit Tyagi},
url = {https://www.itgjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/ITG_481.pdf},
year  = {2019},
date = {2019-08-12},
journal = {International Transaction on Engineering & Science},
volume = {1},
number = {4},
pages = {30-42},
abstract = {Renewable energy sources have become a popular alternative electrical energy source where power generation in conventional ways is not practical. In the last few years the photovoltaic and wind power generation have been increased significantly. In this study, we proposed a hybrid energy system which combines both solar panel and wind turbine parameter to generate electrical power source of electrical and supplied to power grid station. Two control techniques are used to maximum power point tracking (MPPT). It is used in circuit wind turbine as well in solar to get maximum power. And second control technique is used at grid side converting DC-AC by voltage source converter. A simple control technique which is also cost effective has been proposed to track the operating point at which maximum power can be coerced from the PV system and wind turbine generator system under continuously changing environmental conditions. The entire hybrid system is described given along with comprehensive simulation results that discover the feasibility of the system. A software simulation model is developed in Matlab/Simulink.},
keywords = {ITES, Volume 1 Issue 4},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {article}
}

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