Predictive Control for PV- Water Pumping System based of Interconnected High Gain Observer




Photovoltaic. Incremental conductance. Induction Motor Drive. Water Pump. Conventional control. Deatbeat Predictive Control. Cost function. High gain observer.


This article presents a comprehensive evaluation of an integrated photovoltaic (PV) and water pumping system employing both Finite Set Model Predictive Control (FS-MPC) and Deat Beat Predictive Control (DB-MPC) under varying insolation levels (1000 W/m² to 700 W/m²). The system, initially tested at 1000 W/m², rapidly achieves Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT), stabilizing PV parameters at the MPP within 0.2 seconds. Notably, DB-MPC demonstrates superior dynamic response and faster settling times compared to conventional methods. The Interconnected High-Gain Observer accurately estimates motor speed, facilitating the attainment of the rated rotor speed in line with the desired reference speed. Transitioning from 1000 W/m² to 700 W/m² insolation, the system exhibits stability in Vpv and rapid Ipv adjustment at MPP. The InC algorithm extends PV array operation, showcasing a decrease in power output to 2204 W at 60% flow rate. These results affirm the efficacy and adaptability of the proposed control strategies in optimizing the performance of the PV-driven water pumping system, offering promising advancements in sustainable energy applications.


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Zakaria, L., Abderrahim, A., Khechekhouche, A., Siqueira, A. M. de O., Campos, J. C. C., & Lamamra, K. (2024). Predictive Control for PV- Water Pumping System based of Interconnected High Gain Observer . The Journal of Engineering and Exact Sciences, 10(1), 18214.



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