Improved Output Characteristic of Distributed Hybrid Solar–Wind Generating Materials by Using Fuzzy and Immune MPPT Control Method
The price of photovoltaic (PV) materials and wind generating system (WGS) materials is costly, and the stand-alone PV or WGS can not steadily supplied electric power for end user, fortunately, solar power and wind power can compensate well for one another under various locations and climatic conditions, an efficient maximum power point tracking (MPPT) method for hybrid solar-wind electricity materials is important to extract maximum power from wind and solar energy because of the costly price of PV and WGS. The fuzzy MPPT method is used to track the maximum power point (MPP) of distributed small WGS and PV and hybrid solar-wind system. In order to decrease the output oscillation, the immune response feedback principle (IRFP) is used to improve the track speed and response speed and robust of output characteristic of electricity materials, the results displayed that the immune theory can effectively improve the performance and the stability of electric power of stand-alone or hybrid generating materials.
Helen Zhang and David Jin
L. Q. Liu and C. X. Liu, "Improved Output Characteristic of Distributed Hybrid Solar–Wind Generating Materials by Using Fuzzy and Immune MPPT Control Method", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 321, pp. 76-79, 2011