MPPT for PV Array Modeling using Perturb and Observe Algorithm


Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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Solar energy is an endless, clean, and renewable energy source, yet only a small portion of it is used to directly power human activities. Various types of renewable energy, including the most significant, solar energy, have been addressed. Solar modules are devices that convert sunlight directly into electricity. The maximum power of photovoltaic systems is critical for the system's practical usage. A solar array model was created with the help of MATLAB. The Matlab simulation shows that at different irradiance levels and temperatures. The Matlab simulink photovoltaic array model is evaluated, and the results of the V-P and V-I characteristics verify the validity of the Simulink photovoltaic array model. After simulating the PV array in MATLAB under various irradiance and temperature conditions, we obtained a collection of data. MPPT extracts the maximum amount of electricity from a photovoltaic array. The proposed method utilizes monitoring of maximum power points to approach in the direction of extracting the most powerful solar energy output with little to no oscillation in the output photovoltaic system. The effectiveness of conversion from a photovoltaic method is increased by employing the Cuk Converter and the MPPT algorithm. By altering its duty cycle, the Cuk converter steps up or steps down the photovoltaic voltage level. The MPPT algorithms were created in MATLAB and tested in a simulated environment. Simulation Power System blocks is used to represent the photovoltaic array and Cuk Converter.

Keywords : Solar; Solar module; PV; MPPT; Cuk Converter; Duty Cycle; MATLAB; P & O Algorithm; Irradiation; Temperature.


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