Analysis of Voltage Regulation in SEPIC Converter Based Hybrid Solar and Wind Energy System
Dr. S.Saravanan, Dr. R.Prakash, G.Dineshkumar, M.Rajkumar
Renewable energy system, Solar, Wind forms
Confined sustainable power source frameworks that depend completely on inexhaustible assets yet are simultaneously solid are fundamental for satisfying the power needs of remote spots where utility network isn't accessible and for which half breed wind-solar assume a vital job. In this paper, a simplified control scheme has been presented for a standalone hybrid photovoltaic (PV) array-excited wind-driven permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG), considering a three-phase variable load with or without unbalance. The main use of solar PV and wind generation is compared to the hybrid case. The proposed system abuses the roughness and savvy PMSG as a suitable option for a costly lasting magnet synchronous generator, which is perpetually utilized in independent PV and wind turbines.