Implementation of MPPT Algorithm and Supervision of Shading on Photovoltaic Module
This paper presents an implementation of MPPT (maximum power point tracking) algorithm based on real-time measurements and on model-based simulation. For the supervision of a photovoltaic module, different cases of shading are used. Attention was given on advanced control for the supervision of a photovoltaic system according to the need to maximize energy output. Experimental results verified the performance and the feasibility of the proposed system.
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