I no longer have the funds to maintain my memberships in professional organizations and I have no access to institutional libraries. Most research is behind paywalls of which I an not a fan. My remaining equipment is all antique. Nothing from this century.No sir, I do not have exact journal papers but sir I am a beginner in the research domain. I assume you have a lot of experience in this field.
Using open search engines you can find plenty of information about the subject in general. What you won't find usually is an exact solution.
thank you, sir, for giving valuable suggestion to me, sir I am a research engineer my work is to find the solution, and I will do. actually, in this universe, nobody will give the exact solution. I always assume that solutions are created by ourselves .but you are all the expertise and teachers, what I can expect from with you a path, which I can follow.Using open search engines you can find plenty of information about the subject in general. What you won't find usually is an exact solution.
Read the References.
sir, I agree with your point. In my country(INDIA), many companies do this type of work. but due to keeping confidential, they didn't want to share the knowledge. that's why I am here to ask these questions.you are the expertise and I hope you can give me the valuable suggestions.Sir, there is a problem in this thread that "we" and "he" are in completely different parts of the world with completely different cultures. He needs to find a way to make or copy a "grid-tied inverter with load sharing" for use in his country that is rarely needed here.
Then he should do his research in his own country, not here.
Apart from commercial interests and confidentiality agreements there is the important matter of safety. Pumping power back into the grid using a grid-tie inverter has the potential (pun not intended) to be hazardous. That is likely one reason there is not much practical information in the public domain on how to do it.many companies do this type of work. but due to keeping confidential, they didn't want to share the knowledge.
I agree with your point. but I am a research engineer which works in government institutions,so what I will do my team will verify before conducting any experiment. I am just looking at the topics where I can start from scratch.Apart from commercial interests and confidentiality agreements, there is an important matter of safety. Pumping power back into the grid using a grid-tie inverter has the potential (pun not intended) to be hazardous. That is likely one reason there is not much practical information in the public domain on how to do it.
Any members of this forum who are professionals, or ex-professionals, in this field will be aware of the safety aspect and may be bound by confidentiality agreements so may be reluctant or unable to help you. And with safety in mind, seeking advice from amateurs on the web is not advisable IMHO. Nevertheless, I hope you can find any reliable information that you need.
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