Power Electronic Converters for Solar Photovoltaic Systems 0128227303, 9780128227305

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Power Electronic Converters for Solar Photovoltaic Systems
 0128227303, 9780128227305

Table of contents :
POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTERS FOR SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
Copyright
Authors biography
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 . Inverter topologies for solar PV
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Single-stage DC-AC converter
1.2.1 Inverter and its classifications
1.2.2 Voltage source inverter
1.2.3 Single-phase full-bridge inverter with R load
1.2.4 Pulse width modulation
1.2.5 Unipolar pulse width modulation inverter
1.2.6 Performance parameters
1.3 Line-commutated photovoltaic inverter
1.3.1 Types of commutated inverters
1.3.2 Filters and reactive power compensation
1.3.3 Input voltage clamping of inverter
1.3.4 Advantages of line-commutated inverter
1.3.5 Analysis of line-commutated inverter
1.3.6 Inverter control
1.4 Self-commutated photovoltaic inverter with line frequency transformer
1.4.1 Selection of snubber capacitor
1.5 Grid-tie inverters
1.5.1 Types of grid-tie inverters
1.6 Inverter with high-frequency core-based transformer
1.7 Half-bridge zero-voltage state converters
1.7.1 Simulation
1.8 H-bridge inverter
1.9 Summary
Suggested reading
2 . Multilevel inverter topologies for solar PV
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Multilevel inverter
2.1.1.1 Topology of multilevel inverters
2.1.1.1.1 Diode-clamped inverter
2.1.1.1.2 Capacitor-clamped inverter
2.1.1.1.3 Cascaded H-bridge inverter
2.1.1.2 Multilevel cascaded H-bridge inverters-with equal voltages
2.1.2 Cascaded multilevel H-bridge inverters for solar PV
2.1.3 Modulation techniques
2.1.3.1 Vertical distribution of carriers
2.1.3.2 Horizontal distribution of carriers
2.1.4 Flying capacitor multilevel inverter
2.1.4.1 Seven-level capacitor-clamped inverter
2.2 Comparison of multilevel inverters
2.3 Reduced-order multilevel inverter
2.3.1 Modular inverter configuration
2.3.2 Binary mode
2.3.3 Trinary mode
2.3.4 Modular multilevel inverter
2.4 Summary
References
Suggested reading
3 . Advanced multilevel inverter topologies
3.1 Switched battery boost multilevel inverter
3.2 Quasi Z-source cascaded H-bridge multilevel inverter
3.3 Switched capacitor multilevel inverter
3.4 String inverter
3.4.1 Breaking down string inverters
3.4.2 Power quality improvement
3.4.3 Reasons for string inverters in utility-scale photovoltaic
3.4.4 Advantages of string inverters
3.5 Multistring inverter
3.5.1 Single-phase multistring five-level inverter
Further reading
4 . Emerging inverter topologies
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Types of inverter
4.2.1 String inverters
4.2.1.1 Multistring inverter
4.2.2 Microinverters
4.2.3 Battery inverters
4.2.4 Central inverters
4.3 Classification of transformerless inverter topologies
4.3.1 H4 topology
4.3.2 H5 topology
4.3.3 H6 topology
4.4 Low-frequency inverter
4.5 Transformerless self-commutated photovoltaic inverter
4.6 Transformerless inverter topologies
4.7 Bidirectional DC-AC converter
4.8 High-frequency DC-AC converter
4.9 HERIC inverter
References
Suggested reading
5 . DC-DC converter topologies for solar PV
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Topologies of DC-DC converters
5.3 Unidirectional DC-DC converter
5.3.1 DC supply
5.3.2 Metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor switch
5.3.3 Inductor
5.3.4 Capacitor
5.3.5 Resistor
5.3.6 Diode
5.3.7 Powergui
5.4 Bidirectional DC-DC converter
5.4.1 Nonisolated bidirectional DC-DC converters
5.4.2 Isolated bidirectional DC-DC converters
5.5 Double-input pulse width modulation DC-DC converter
5.6 Single-input multiple-output DC-DC converter
5.6.1 Operating modes
5.6.1.1 Mode 1
5.6.1.2 Mode 2
5.6.1.3 Mode 3
5.6.1.4 Mode 4
5.6.1.5 Mode 5
5.6.1.6 Mode 6
Further reading
6 . Control of DC-DC converters
6.1 Multiple-input buck-boost converter
6.1.1 Buck-boost operation
6.1.2 Principle operation
6.1.3 Modes of operation
6.2 Closed-loop buck-boost converter
6.2.1 Working principle of buck-boost converter
6.2.2 Working of buck converter
6.2.3 Working of boost converter
6.2.4 Modes of buck-boost converters
6.3 Closed-loop boost converter
6.3.1 Principle of operation of boost converter
6.3.2 Modes of operation of boost converter
6.3.3 Circuit analysis of boost converter
6.3.3.1 Continuous conduction mode
6.3.3.1.1 Case 1: When switch S is on
6.3.3.1.2 Case 2: When switch is OFF
6.3.3.2 Discontinuous conduction mode
6.3.3.3 Closed-loop control
6.4 Closed-loop buck converter
6.4.1 Circuit analysis of buck converter
6.4.1.1 Continuous conduction mode
6.4.1.1.1 Case 1: When switch S is on
6.4.1.1.2 Case 2: When switch is OFF
6.4.1.2 Discontinuous conduction mode
6.5 Interleaved boost converter
6.5.1 Design of interleaved boost converter
6.5.1.1 Selection of duty ratio and the number of phases
6.5.1.2 Selection of power devices
6.5.1.3 Output filter
6.5.1.3.1 State I (t0≤t≤t1)
6.5.1.3.2 State II (t1≤t≤t2)
6.5.1.3.3 State III (t2≤t≤t3)
6.5.1.3.4 State IV (t3≤t≤t4)
6.5.1.3.5 State V (t4≤t≤t5)
6.5.1.3.6 State VI (t5≤t≤t6)
6.6 Soft-switching converter
6.6.1 Mode 1
6.6.2 Mode 2
6.6.3 Mode 3
6.6.4 Mode 4
6.6.5 Mode 5
6.7 Half-bridge LLC resonant converter
6.7.1 Modes of operation
6.7.2 Benefits of resonant converters
6.8 Forward converter
Suggested reading
7 . Emerging DC-DC converter topologies
7.1 SEPIC converter
7.2 Luo converter
7.2.1 Circuit analysis in continuous conduction mode
7.2.2 Types of Luo circuits
7.2.2.1 Self-lift circuit
7.2.2.2 Relift circuit
7.2.2.3 Multiple-lift circuits
7.2.3 Advantages
7.3 Integrated SEPIC-Cuk converter
7.4 Flyback converter
7.4.1 Isolated and nonisolated DC-DC converters
7.5 ZETA converter
7.5.1 Design
7.6 Self-lift Cuk converter
7.7 Push-pull converter
7.8 Advantages and disadvantages of push-pull converter
Further reading
8 . Charge controls and maximum power point tracking
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Series charge controller
8.1.2 Shunt charge controller
8.1.3 Combined series and shunt charge controller
8.1.4 Simple one- or two-stage controls (solar charge controllers)
8.1.4.1 Simple one- or two-stage controls
8.1.4.2 Pulse width modulation
8.1.4.3 Maximum power point tracking
8.1.4.4 Features of solar charge controller
8.1.4.5 Function of solar charge controller
8.1.4.6 Applications
8.1.5 Maximum power point tracking algorithms
8.1.5.1 Implementation
8.1.5.2 Perturb and observe
8.1.5.3 Incremental conductance
8.1.5.3.1 Current sweep
8.1.5.3.2 Constant voltage
8.1.5.3.3 Comparison of methods
8.1.5.4 Maximum power point tracking placement
8.1.6 Maximum power point tracking charge controller
8.1.7 Pulse width modulation charge controller for grid-connected photovoltaic system
8.1.7.1 Salient features
8.1.7.2 Operations
8.1.7.3 Analysis
8.1.7.4 Pulse width modulation charge controller program
Suggested reading
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