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Modeling the Chain of Conversion for a PV System

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In this work, we conduct a study of modeling and simulation of a system in the context of renewable energy in general, and solar system “photovoltaic” in particular; also, the optimizing system adapted by DC-DC converters static. Then the influence of temperature and irradiance on the optimal parameters (Power of MPP, VMPP, ...) of a solar system is analyzed in a way to operate a PV generator at its maximum power. This system includes a photovoltaic generator, “Boost & Buck”, converter and a load. Modeling and simulation system (solar panel, DC-DC converter command and load) is obtained through Matlab-Simulink software.

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El Alami, M. , Habibi, M. and Bri, S. (2014) Modeling the Chain of Conversion for a PV System. Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, 5, 239-248. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2014.510022.

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