Document Type : Research Article

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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh.

Abstract

In the context of increasing emission of greenhouse gasses in the environment due to fossil fuel burning, this paper attempts to describe the significance of Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) by investigating the power performance of photovoltaic modules with MATLAB simulation. MPPT algorithm was employed to secure maximum power from PV module. The boost converter whose pulse is linked to MPPT algorithm restricts the flow of load power and controls the current and voltage of PV panels. The whole design of the solar model, boost converter, and MPPT controlled algorithms was done in the SIMULINK to prioritize the system in simulation. The main concept employed in this paper was to develop a power generation process with MPPT algorithm and to provide information for future use. In this paper, all simulations along with the PV power generation process were done in MATLAB. This research could potentially play a vital role in mitigating the world fuel crisis.

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