Oumelkheir BOUCHIBA*, Tahar MERIZGUI, Bachir GAOUI,
Saliha CHETTIH, Ali CHEKNANE
Semiconductors and Functional Materials Laboratory,
University Amar Telidji of Laghouat B.P. 37G, Laghouat 03000, Algeria
Abstract: In the current research, we present a new developed Matlab/Simulink toolbox for power electronics to evaluate and improve the control of grid connected PV systems, and in grid connected hybrid system PV/wind turbine (WT). During the work, we carried out the development of a comparative study between two configurations with and without using the MPPT control system. Our focus is to describe the most important order to provide a new developed toolbox in our simulation results and find the best one model in terms of efficiency. The required power generated by the hybrid model system is supplied to feed the grid and AC load and to also optimize the time response of the system study by improving the filter parameters incorporated in our simulation results. This current research focuses on enhancing the performance of wind turbines using the maximum power point tracking P&O method, since our results indicated better performance wind turbine potential in the targeted region.
Keywords: Power grid, Performance, Wind power, PV power, Maximum power point tracking.
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Oumelkheir BOUCHIBA, Tahar MERIZGUI, Bachir GAOUI, Saliha CHETTIH, Ali CHEKNANE, Smart design and dynamic control of the optimal component in a grid connected hybrid PV/Wind turbine system, Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control, ISSN 1220-1758, vol. 32(1), pp. 45-58, 2022. https://doi.org/10.33436/v32i1y202204