A novel electrical and mechanical MPPT for Solar Photovoltaic System at any climatic condition and sudden changes in the irradiance

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Title A novel electrical and mechanical MPPT for Solar Photovoltaic System at any climatic condition and sudden changes in the irradiance
 
Creator Dhayalini, K.
 
Subject MPPT; reflector based panel; modified panel; electrical with mechanical MPPT; novel MPPT
 
Description Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) techniques are widely used in photovoltaic (PV) systems to make the best use of the PV panel power output by tracking frequently the maximum power point (MPP) which depends on panel’s temperature and on irradiant environmental conditions. The various hitches of MPPT have been addressed in different ways. But eventually towards economical implementation, the perturb and observe (P&O) maximum power point tracking algorithm is the most widely adapted method due to its ease of implementation. A drawback of P&O is that, at steady state, the operating point oscillates around the MPP giving rise to the waste of some amount of available energy; moreover, it is well known that the P&O algorithm can be confused to attain the MPP during the distinctly changing atmospheric conditions. In this paper, it is shown that, in order to extensively reduce the negative effects associated to the above drawbacks, a novel MPPT can be adopted with the use of LDR. In the same manner use of modified cylindrical panel with reflector can increase the working hours of the panel like a mechanical tracking.
 
Publisher CIRWORLD
 
Date 2016-09-16
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://cirworld.com/index.php/jac/article/view/646
 
Source JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN CHEMISTRY; Vol 12 No 18; 5070-5079
2321-807X
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://cirworld.com/index.php/jac/article/view/646/632
 
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