Pv-wind integrated grid with P&O and PSO mppt techniques

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Hybrid grid is a new novel model developed in order to satisfy the demand of electricity required by various utilities. Mainly the characteristics of any smart grid depends on the performance optimization, reliability and efficiency. PV alone can’t generate the power continuously over a period of time such constraint can be overcome by integrating Wind to form a hybrid grid. In the proposed paper it consists of PV array, Wind turbine, doubly fed induction generator, converters and controlling parameters. Optimization techniques like P&O and PSO MPPT are used to maximize the generated power and its comparative results are proposed through MATLAB/SIMULINK.




Srikanth Goud, B., & Loveswara Rao, B. (2019). Pv-wind integrated grid with P&O and PSO mppt techniques. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 3217–3224.

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