Integration of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Sources into a Low Inertia Power Grid with a Single Synchronous Controller
Gokulkannan. K, Shaalini. P.T , Balaji. G , Ramachandran. S
Solar power is the conversion of solar energy into thermal or electrical energy. Solar technologies can harness this energy for a variety of purposes, including electricity generation. In the existing method Transformer, less single-phase symmetrical Z –Source Inverter having some drawbacks such as voltage unbalance, harmonic distortion, and low reducing leakage current when compared to the proposed method. So to overcome the drawback, this work proposes a quasi-Z-source inverter using the switched Inductor method. The converter with two capacitors, one diode, and two inductors for maintaining balance voltage and low leakage current losses in the output. Single Synchronous Controller based converter gives maximum boost control method results the relation of the voltage boost inversion ability. An inverter is an essential material in a solar energy system, it is a way to convert Direct Current (DC) power generated by a solar panel to Alternating Current (AC). The quasi-z-source converters are classed as continuous switched-quasi-z-source converters or discontinuous switched-quasi-z-source converters based on the sequence of inductor current and system setup. The output result is Hardware Prototype verifies the proficiency of the proposed control technique.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

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