MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING FOR PHOTO MODULES

V. M. Sineglazov, D. P. Karabetsky, O. V. Klanovets

Abstract


It is considered the problem of maximum power point tracking for photovoltaic modules. The solution of this problem is based on a static parametric meta-optimization for swarm intelligence algorithms. For the problem solution Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm meta-optimized with Bat Search algorithm is proposed. The basic idea for the algorithms is that they consist of the base algorithm, which is used to solve the main optimization problem and the meta-algorithm used to find an optimal strategy for the base one. The object function for the base algorithm is an object function of the general optimization problem. The meta-algorithm evaluates the meta-function defined at each generation and tries to minimize it by searching for better strategies for the base algorithm. It is considered the example of its application.

Keywords


Maximum power point tracking; photo-voltaic modules; renewable energy sources; meta-algorithm; swarm intelligence algorithms; Bat Search algorithm; Particle Swarm Optimization

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