This paper presents a mathematical analysis of a of power generation system from solar source connected to the distribution network and of its control system, in which the conversion stage is unique thanks to the absence of a boost chopper. Boost choppers are usually used as actuator for maximum power point tracking (MPPT). The conducted analysis leads to the conclusion that the used inverter has two degrees of freedom that can be easily exploited in a control system in which the inverter simultaneously realizes the interconnection to the grid and at the same time realizes the MPPT control. The structure of the control system is then presented, discussed and then validated by means of numerical simulation tools.

Di Tommaso, A.O., Genduso, F., Miceli, R. (2012). Comprehensive Analytical Investigation for PV Plants and Their Control System with Reduced Power Electronics Equipments. In Proceedings of the International Conference & Exibition Ecological Vehicles & Renewable Energies (pp.1-6).

### Comprehensive Analytical Investigation for PV Plants and Their Control System with Reduced Power Electronics Equipments

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This paper presents a mathematical analysis of a of power generation system from solar source connected to the distribution network and of its control system, in which the conversion stage is unique thanks to the absence of a boost chopper. Boost choppers are usually used as actuator for maximum power point tracking (MPPT). The conducted analysis leads to the conclusion that the used inverter has two degrees of freedom that can be easily exploited in a control system in which the inverter simultaneously realizes the interconnection to the grid and at the same time realizes the MPPT control. The structure of the control system is then presented, discussed and then validated by means of numerical simulation tools.
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Settore ING-IND/32 - Convertitori, Macchine E Azionamenti Elettrici
23-mar-2012
International Conference & Exibition Ecological Vehicles & Renewable Energies
Principality of Monaco
22-25 March 2012
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Di Tommaso, A.O., Genduso, F., Miceli, R. (2012). Comprehensive Analytical Investigation for PV Plants and Their Control System with Reduced Power Electronics Equipments. In Proceedings of the International Conference & Exibition Ecological Vehicles & Renewable Energies (pp.1-6).
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Di Tommaso, AO; Genduso, F; Miceli, R
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