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Power Flow Management in Three Port Converter Using PV Panel with Maximum Power Point Tracker


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Simulink model for energy management system in the electric grid.

$149 $450

This project presents a solution for three-port DC-DC converter modeling, its simulation, and its control. The three port converter interfaces with the PV panel, bidirectional battery, and load which is isolated by a transformer. There are two sources used in the three-port converter and the flow of power in the converter is controlled by switches (MOSFETs) on-off states. To obtain maximum power from the PV panel, a buck-boost converter is added in front of the PV panel and a MPP tracker is used to control the buck-boost converter. The three-port converter circuit is composed of four MOSFETs which are used as switches and a transformer that provides isolation between the input and output sides. Three cases of three-port converter operation are analyzed; in the first case, PV panels feed directly the load; in the second case, the PV panels feed the load and, in same time, charge the battery; in the third case, PV panel together with battery assure the load demand. Read the paper  Watch the video

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