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Title: Event-Triggered Digital Implementation of MPPT for Integration of PV Generators in DC Buses of Microgrids
Authors: López-Santos, Oswaldo
Merchán-Riveros, María C.
García, Germain
Keywords: Photovoltaic generator
Event triggered control
Digital signal processor
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2018
Publisher: Applied Computer Sciences in Engineering
Citation: Lopez-Santos O., Merchán-Riveros M., Garcia G. (2018) Event-Triggered Digital Implementation of MPPT for Integration of PV Generators in DC Buses of Microgrids. In: Figueroa-García J., López-Santana E., Rodriguez-Molano J. (eds) Applied Computer Sciences in Engineering. WEA 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 915. Springer, Cham
Abstract: This paper presents an event-triggered approach to optimally implement a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) algorithm into a Digital Signal Processor (DSP). The proposed method allows improving the amount and distribution of time required for executing control tasks. The used nested loop control architecture has an outer loop of MPPT generating the conductance reference used by an inner loop which regulates the input conductance of a DC-DC converter. This last loop enforces a sliding-mode loss-free-resistor behavior for the power converter by means of a simple hysteresis comparator. Computations required by the MPPT algorithm are synchronously executed by the two possible commutation events produced by the inner loop during a switching period. Then, the acquisition of signals must be activated only at an instant before each one of the switching events, releasing the most of the time to implement other tasks. This last characteristic and the use of a nested loop control architecture facilitate the integration of the other essential control functions for photovoltaic (PV) generators in microgrids. Simulation and experimental results confirm the high potetialities of this implementation approach.
ISSN: 1865-0937
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