TITLE

A NEW GENERATION VLSI APPROACH FOR THE PWM CONTROL OF AN INTEGRATED FOUR-PORT DC-DC CONVERTER

AUTHOR(S)
SAKRI, SANGAMESH; RATHOD, KAVERI P.; JAYARAMAIH, G. V.
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Indian Streams Research Journal;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 11, Special section p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the recent years, the increase in the petroleum prices, the rapid run out tendency of fossil fuel reserves and their unavoidable harmful effects and political instabilities in the regions of energy sources have been accelerated the studies on the renewable energy systems. Although various renewable energy power generations are in practice today, the most popular is using photovoltaic (PV) arrays and wind generators. Since PV and wind sources can meet the required demand but either source alone provides an intermittent supply and energy storage is needed to deliver a reliable supply. However these two sources complement each other . A combined plant (hybrid) therefore has higher availability than either individual source and so needs less storage capacity. This paper proposes a novel converter topology that interfaces four power ports: two sources (PV and wind source), one bidirectional storage port, and one isolated load port. Power electronic converter is needed to interface and concurrently control multiple renewable energy sources with the load along with energy storage in stand-alone or grid-connected residential, commercial and automobile applications. The power electronic interface also contains some level of monitoring and control functionality to ensure that the distributed energy system can operate as required. In the proposed scheme, a unique VLSI chip called Digital Signal Controller (DSC) is used to implement the controller operation which has the features of both microcontroller and digital signal processor (DSP). In this work, dsPIC30F2010 DSC chip is used to program the phase shift angles and generate the PWM pulses for the converter switches. The results of proposed system are recorded and analyzed. The experimental results have verified the proposed scheme of PWM control. The proposed topology and control is particularly relevant to battery-backed power systems having multiple renewable sources.
ACCESSION #
84443018

 

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