Design and Development of Hybrid Converter for Marine Applications
Keywords:Renewable Energy, Propeller, MPPT optimization, PI controller, Buck Boost Converter
AbstractRecently, there has been an increase in the growth and advancement of electric propulsion in marine electrical drives. A maximum amount of energy is utilized by ships for propulsion drives. To be aware of it and develop an optimized structure to improve the effectiveness of the propulsion system with power consumption is necessary. The proposed paper aims to develop a model and perform functional analysis as per the above understanding and requirements. The factors considered include greenhouse gas emissions, CO2 emissions, environmental aspects, and the availability of non-renewable resources, which leads to the introduction of renewable energy as a replacement method of power generation. For this work, two different renewable sources, such as solar and wind energy, were chosen. The combination of these two resources can manipulate the voltage and satisfy the load in a desirable way. For voltage improvement, a high gain converter with a minimal number of active and passive components is selected. This system adopts a storage system to meet the needs in the future. The inverter switches are controlled by the recommended control algorithm, which can balance and provide adequate power towards the drive by a feedback control loop. The speed of propulsion in the drive is adjusted by the induction motor coupled with the propeller. The analytical study of the proposed system is carried out in MATLAB software. The simulation study revealed the effectiveness of this modern optimization technique.
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Sasilatha, T., Lakshmi, D., Rajasree, R., Vaijayanthimala, J. K., & Siva, P. (2022). Design and Development of Hybrid Converter for Marine Applications. European Journal of Natural Sciences and Medicine, 5(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.26417/136vvw67
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