PV Fed BLDC Driven Water Pumping System With MPPT Technique Employing Zeta Converter

M V Suresh Kumar, K Anusha, M Shyam Kumar, J Sai Sudheer, P Venkatesh


Renewable sources will be increase in value through automotive sector even by usage of a brushless DC (BLDC) driven photovoltaic (PV) pumping systems. The power transfer and address the downside associated with traditional DC-DC converters are being improved by usage of zeta converter. By monitoring the zeta converter operating period via the PSO-based Maximum Power Point Tracking Algorithm, optimum power is derived from either the solar array. That hybrid energy storage system (HESS), which preserves the constant voltage at the input of BLDC generator, PV framework for the reduction of PV performance volatility will be implemented. By using a robust power management algorithm PV-HESS will be properly controlled. That complete MPPT power management allows its Zeta converter simple for both the water pumping device to achieve smooth efficiency. While comparing other methods of MPPT technique, INC-conductance based MPPT technique is best because it provides better results for randomly varying atmospheric conditions.  The control system 's output is displayed with MATLAB/SIMULINK allowing atmospheric variance.


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