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Control of Multi-Sources Energy PV/Fuel Cell and Battery Based Multi-Level Inverter for AC Load

Koulali, Mostefa
Boumediene, Bachir
Negadi, Karim
Pourkeivannour, Siamak
Mankour, Mohamed
Smaili, Attalah
The considered system was implemented in the Matlab/Simulink, the results show the effectiveness of the proposed method and can be realized with experimented setup. This work deals with the study of an electrical energy production system made up of three sources of energy: photovoltaic energy, a fuel cell and a battery. The optimization of this hybrid production system is ensured by the control of each part. The hybrid system chain also contains a multilevel inverter that improves the quality of energy injected into the alternating load and consequently reduces the harmonic rate. In order to optimize the power flow in the different parts of the production line, an energy management algorithm is developed in order to mitigate the fluctuations of the load. To analyze our approach, a prototype is modeled, simulated with Matlab / simulink and can be realized in an experimental test bench