PROJECT TITLE :
Working Region and Stability Analysis of PV Cells Under the Peak-Current-Mode Control - 2017
This brief studies the effect of the control loop of the interfacing converter on the characteristics of the photovoltaic (PV) cells systematically under the peak-current-mode (PCM) control. Initial, primarily based on the terminal characteristics of solar cells, the Buck converter with an additional input capacitor is built beneath the PCM control and its little signal model of PV power generation system is constructed up under the control operating in continuous conduction mode. Then, the stable working region of PV cells beneath PCM control is deduced per the essential condition of the Hurwitz criterion. Additionally, the parameters of main circuit and control circuit of the system are optimally designed. Finally, the correctness of proposed technique is verified by a Saber circuit.
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