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Design of Transformer less Single-Phase Inverter

Stebana Rose Mary. G | Swathy. V | Nisha. K | Anandhi. M

Stebana Rose Mary. G | Swathy. V | Nisha. K | Anandhi. M "Design of Transformer less Single-Phase Inverter" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-5 | Issue-6, October 2021, pp.1142-1150, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd47549.pdf

Solar energy is the top of all renewable energy systems because of its pollution free, adaptable, long life, low maintenance cost and favoured options for sustainable development. Thus, this is used as the source of input for this model. The PV cell converts the solar energy into electrical energy. This energy is in DC form. This DC voltage is raised to the desired level with the help of boost converter (dc-dc converter).The boost converter is driven with the help of MOSFET. The boosted DC voltage is fed to the PWM inverter which converts the dc input into ac output. And finally, the output is given to the load. The proposed inverter system converts DC power into single-phase AC power efficiently without using transformers and batteries. In this, the simulation results of a transformer-less single-phase inverter which uses a photovoltaic array as the input are shown. An inverter with DC-link is designed for conversion of DC input into AC supply. The simulation is carried out with the help of MATLAB simulation software. The harmonic distortion is found to be 2.73% in the FFT analysis.

Single-phase inverter, Boost converter, MOSFET, PWM, MATLAB

Volume-5 | Issue-6, October 2021
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