By Daher S.
Faraway from the hurry of the massive cities,in tropical jungles and in arid regions,in remoted coasts and mountains,or the place else the sunshine of bulb is rare,millions of individuals nonetheless wait forthe advantages of the electricity.Stand-alone renewable power systemsmake it attainable to provide power to those regions;this paintings is a contribution to the notion ofsystems of excessive functionality and reliability.
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9. 9 - Multi-winding-transformer topology. Unlike the multiple-source topology, it operates with a single DC input, what is achieved by the use of a multi-winding line-frequency transformer. It provides inputoutput isolation and, because it employs only one transformer, high efficiency can be achieved. The major disadvantage is the relatively high number of switches presented in the output stage. This is the topology adopted in this work. 10 shows an eight-module modular topology that was recently proposed for high power applications [89,90].
In this work, each coil voltage is a successive multiple of 2 of the lowest coil voltage; thus it is possible to produce 2N positive levels of same height. 2. Bigger structures operate in the same way, despite of their higher number of components. 2 - Proposed topology: 2-cell structure. 3. The H-bridge switches operate at line frequency in order to produce a square voltage waveform (Vp) that is applied to the primary of the transformer. Vb, respectively. As can be seen, each output coil is connected to two switches which operate complementarily (S1 and S2 for the first output-cell and S3 and S4 for the second one).
Nevertheless, larger structures require relatively high number of capacitors and additional circuits are also required to initialize capacitors charge. 3 Cascaded H-bridge (or cascaded inverter) This topology is composed by several H-bridge (also referred as Full-bridge) converters in a cascade connection. 4 shows a 3-cell cascaded inverter. 4 - Cascaded H-Bridge (three-cell) The cascade topology allows the use of DC sources with different voltage values and high resolution multilevel waveforms can be achieved with relatively low number of components [80-83].