Implementation of Standalone Dynamic Solar Array Fed PMSM Drive Using DC-DC Converter for the Reduction of Switching Losses
Current Approaches in Science and Technology Research Vol. 11,
16 July 2021
The Proposed research deals with the implementation of standalone dynamic solar array fed permanent magnet synchronous motor drive using zero voltage resonant switch converter for the reduction of switching losses and oscillations. The closed loop control voltage strategy has been proposed for power flow management between solar PV, battery, motor load and to maintain constant load voltage to perform continuous MPPT operation of solar PV. For improving the efficiency and to reduce vibration across the load solar photovoltaic (SPV) array fed Zero Voltage Switching (DISOZVS), Resonant Converter with permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) drive is proposed. The DISOZVS resonant converter with suitable switching operation accomplishes for the purpose of reducing the Switching losses. The various dynamics and oscillations of standalone solar pv array is analysed in the proposed research. The performance of the proposed system is simulated in MATLAB/Simulink atmosphere and various parameters outputs are carried. A hardware prototype of the proposed system has been fabricated for the proposed converter and various analysis were incorporated. The working of the proposed scheme for the different levels of input solar insolation and Load power demand has been satisfactorily demonstrated for both simulation and experimental results compared to conventional system. It results in more efficient with reduced losses and oscillations.
- Solar photo voltaic
- dual input single output zero voltage switching
- permanent magnet synchronous motor