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International Journal of Modern Science and Technology, 1(2), 2016, Pages 58-63. 


Implementation of solar based grid tied with interleaved fly back inverter

S. Sivasakthi, C. Venkatesan, M. Thiyagarajan
Department of of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Arasu Engineering College, Kumbakonam – 612 501. Tamil Nadu, India.
Abstract
The main aim of this project is to improve the efficiency of the incorporate fly back inverter over a wide range, under boundary condition mode and discontinuous conduction mode .Based on the loss analysis, a new hybrid control strategy combining the one-phase discontinuous conduction mode and two-phase discontinuous conduction mode   control is projected to progress the efficiency in wide load range by reducing the dominant losses depending on the load current. Furthermore, in comparison with the conventional Fly back, the energy is supplied to the secondary side not only from the magnetizing inductance, but also from the introduced series capacitor, lowering the transformer energy requirements. The proposed converter makes also the soft-transitions possible for both mosfets. For all these reasons, as a more efficient and smaller size approach, this topology shows better performances in high power density low-cost applications.

Keywords: Fly back inverter; Discontinuous conduction mode; Boundary condition mode.


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