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Publication Type : Conference Paper
Thematic Areas : Biotech
Publisher : 2018 3rd IEEE International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Information Communication Technology (RTEICT),
Source : 2018 3rd IEEE International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Information Communication Technology (RTEICT), IEEE, Bangalore, India (2018)
Keywords : AC loads, BOOST converter, Bridge circuits, DC loads, environmental pollution, Fossil fuels, grid system, Hybrid converter, hybrid converter topology, hybrid power systems, international trading, Inverters, invertors, Legged locomotion, marine eco system, marine power systems, marine vehicles, MATLAB, MATLAB platform, Power conversion, Power conversion stages, Power grids, power system reliability, renewable energy sources, shipboard systems, shipping industry, Ships, Solar cell arrays, solar panel, solar powered shipboard power systems, solar powered vehicles, System reliability, Topology, Transportation, Voltage source inverter, voltage source inverter bridge network, voltage-source convertors
Campus : Amritapuri
School : School of Engineering
Center : Biotechnology, Environmental Studies, Green Energy
Department : Electrical and Electronics, biotechnology
Year : 2018
Abstract : International trading mainly depends upon shipping industry which uses fossil fuels as the major source of fuel for transportation. Excessive use of fossil fuels often leads to environmental pollution. It also has adverse effect on the marine eco system. Hence the fossil fuels can be replaced with renewable sources of energy such as solar energy, wind energy etc. In the conventional methods of connecting a solar panel to a grid or an isolated system, a boost converter and a voltage source inverter are generally used to power simultaneous AC and DC loads. Since the power conversion stages are more for this topology, it has reduced power processing capability. A hybrid converter topology consists of a single converter which is capable of powering both AC as well as DC loads concurrently. A hybrid converter is derived from a boost converter with a voltage source inverter bridge network. This paper presents simulation analysis of hybrid converter for shipboard systems. Simulation is done in MATLAB platform. From the analysis it is found that instead of using two separate power converters in a shipboard power system, a hybrid converter can be used which has higher AC gain, reduced losses, and reduced number of switches. Compactness of the system and higher reliability makes them best suited for shipboard power system.
Cite this Research Publication : Sruthy V., Anagha, A., and P. K. Preetha, “A Hybrid Converter Based Topology For Solar Powered Shipboard Power Systems”, in 2018 3rd IEEE International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Information Communication Technology (RTEICT), Bangalore, India, 2018.