Modified Maximum Power Point Tracking on Models of a 400 Wp Wind Power Plant

Dwiana Hendrawati, Mulyono Mulyono, Wahyono Wahyono, Suwarti Suwarti, Nur Fatowil Aulia, Ariyanto Ariyanto, Brainvendra Widi Dinova


Many papers discuss the Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) control simulation "Perturb and Observe" (P&O), while its realization and practice in control systems remains a major challenge. The purpose of this research to study experimentally by optimizing wind turbines PMSG connected to DC-DC converter (Boost) and resistive load. The proposed MPPT P&O control algorithm modification will be analyzed by comparing with the control method without MPPT P&O at various wind speeds. The 400 WP wind power generation system uses a boost converter simulated in MATLAB/Simulink to analyze the performance of the proposed control algorithm. Modified MPPT P&O control Wind Turbine system with 3 m/s – 7 m/s speed variation at 20 ohm to 60 ohm load, wind turbine power has been successfully improved by an average of 11.868% compared to Wind Turbines that are not installed MPPT P&O. Therefore, MPPT P&O is very suitable to be applied at low average wind speeds.

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