Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems

Emad M. Ahmed, Masahito Shoyama

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Abstract

This paper proposes a variable step size maximum power point tracking MPPT based on incremental conductance/impedance INC method. In order to design the appropriate variable step size scaling factor, a small signal model for the overall system equipped with the PV model and the INC algorithm has been developed. The optimal value of the variable step size scaling factor has been designed using the root locus technique. The theoretical analysis and the design principle of the proposed stability analysis have been validated using PSIM simulation, and experimentally using digital signal processor DSP.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia
Subtitle of host publication"Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia
Pages386-392
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 31 2011
Event8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia - Jeju, Korea, Republic of
Duration: May 30 2011Jun 3 2011

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Other8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia
CountryKorea, Republic of
CityJeju
Period5/30/116/3/11

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Root loci
Digital signal processors
Maximum power point trackers

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Ahmed, E. M., & Shoyama, M. (2011). Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems. In 8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia (pp. 386-392). [5944555] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICPE.2011.5944555

Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems. / Ahmed, Emad M.; Shoyama, Masahito.

8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia. 2011. p. 386-392 5944555.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ahmed, EM & Shoyama, M 2011, Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems. in 8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia., 5944555, pp. 386-392, 8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia, Jeju, Korea, Republic of, 5/30/11. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICPE.2011.5944555
Ahmed EM, Shoyama M. Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems. In 8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia. 2011. p. 386-392. 5944555 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICPE.2011.5944555
Ahmed, Emad M. ; Shoyama, Masahito. / Stability study of variable step size incremental conductance/impedance MPPT for PV systems. 8th International Conference on Power Electronics - ECCE Asia: "Green World with Power Electronics", ICPE 2011-ECCE Asia. 2011. pp. 386-392
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