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URN etd-0629104-093952 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2097 times. Download 19 times. Author Chen-Cheng Li Author's Email Address No Public. Department Electrical Engineering Year 2003 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 63 Title A Study of the Maximum Photovoltaic Power Tracker for PV Array Keyword Parallel Control Maximum Photovoltaic Power Tracker Energy Conversion Efficiency Energy Conversion Efficiency Maximum Photovoltaic Power Tracker Parallel Control Abstract The purpose of this thesis is to research the maximum photovoltaic power tracker. In order to react to the illumination condition sharply changed. The tracker can rapidly track the maximum photovoltaic power point. Through precisely photo-electrical power conversion, so the maximum photo-electrical power output in whatever conditions of illumination can be achieved.
This tracking rule is using gradient method as a base to capture PV array’s terminal voltage and current. According to the intrinsic characteristics of the curve of PV array’s power-voltage, take the changing of slope as a dynamic variable to replaced the drawback of traditional perturb and observe method in using constant variable. So that the tracking time of MPP can be saved efficiently and the power loss causing by over long time tracking can be reduced, and then the energy conversion efficiency of photovoltaic can be improved.
Finally, a single-chip microprocessor 80196 is used in the system, and an experimental hardware scheme with software algorithm is established to prove the proposed principle in expectation to attain maximum power tracking and operating parallel control satisfaction.
Advisor Committee Ching-Yuan Lee - advisor
none - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2004-06-24 Date of Submission 2004-06-29