A Study of a Photovoltaic Production Line Controlled with a PI Corrector

Ghizlane Chbirik, Abdelouahed Abounada, Abdenabi Brahmi


This article presents a study and simulation of a photovoltaic production line. It consists of PV panels sized to recover the maximum power output. These photovoltaic panels power a DC-DC boost converter that produces a DC output voltage greater than the input voltage. The output of the DC-DC boost converter is influenced by the variation of temperature and solar irradiance. Thus, a PI control is used to stabilize its value. The boost converter supplies a DC-AC converter that converts the DC input voltage to AC voltage. The control of the inverter applied is a sinusoidal pulse width modulation. An LC filter is connected to the output of the inverter to eliminate some unwanted frequency components. This system is simulated under the Simulink matlab software.

Keywords: Photovoltaic, PI corrector, DC-DC boost converter, Inverter, LC filter.


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