Hybrid power system using boost converters with different load ratios

Discussion in 'Power Electronics' started by zazas321, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. zazas321

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    Nov 29, 2015
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    Hello. I am confused about achieving different load ratios out of 2 separate boost converters. One boost converter is used for solar energy and the other one for wind.
    Assume that both are producing same voltage.

    If I want to use those two supplies with a load ratio of 60/40%, meaning that the output should receive 60% of the energy from solar and 40% from wind.

    If I assume that both voltages and duty cycles of both converters are the same, is there any way to achieve 60/40 load ratio? Would using different inductor values change the output current or it would just change the ripple current and the rms output current remain the same? What are the possible ways of achieving mixed load ratio while using two power supplies with same voltage?
     
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