[This article belongs to Volume - 56, Issue - 01, 2024]
Gongcheng Kexue Yu Jishu/Advanced Engineering Science
Journal ID : AES-24-04-2024-36

Mr.T. Kavipriyan 1, Dr.S. Chandrasekar2, Dr. G. Karthikeyan3, Dr. C. Kalaivanan4, Dr.R. Satheesh Kumar5

Abstract :

The investigation addresses the requirements for energy sharing and operational dependability of a mixed solar pico network. The dynamic integration of clean energy sources is made possible by mixed mini lines, which get around the efficacy or converter cost constraints of AC and DC mini grids. A connecting convert (IC) is required for the smooth transfer of electricity across the circuits with a constant bus voltage of DC and suitable AC sub-grid speed in order to guarantee optimum system performance. This paper introduces a Qasi Z-source converter (qZSC) with integral boost capacity as an IC that is used in an integrated mini grid powered by PV and wind. Additionally, a proposal for dynamic twin loop regulate is made, which allows for optimum power point monitoring and keeps the top DC-link voltage steady. Additionally, a flexible dual loop regulation is suggested, which enhances the general stability of the whole thing and ensures a steady maximum voltage for the DC-link in addition to supporting the highest possible power point monitoring. Simulink or is used to evaluate the suggested network and management strategy and outcomes show effective it is in different situations.