These findings show how an integrated UPQC-P array performs dynamically for critical loads, such as solar photovoltaic arrays (SPV-UPQC-P). The SPV-UPQC-shunt P’s compensator, connected across the load, transfers electricity from the PV array to the grid while adjusting for reactive power. The converter in the SPV-UPQC-series P adjusts for variations in utility grid voltage. A suitable voltage is supplied into the grid in phase with the grid voltage to compensate for sags and swells. The DC-link is connected to the PV array of the SPV-UPQC-solar P using a straightforward DC-DC boost converter. Matlab – Simulink is utilized in conjunction with a number of real-world scenarios, such as varying irradiation levels, fluctuating voltage levels, and step changes in load, to demonstrate the system’s performance.
The project “Solar PV Integrated UPQC-P for Critical Loads” is relevant to the field of Mtech in Electrical Engineering, specifically to the study of power electronics and renewable energy systems. It involves the design and development of an integrated system that combines solar photovoltaic (PV) technology with unified power quality conditioner (UPQC) and a battery energy storage system (BESS) to ensure stable and reliable power supply for critical loads. This type of project would be suitable for students studying electrical engineering or related fields, with a focus on power electronics, renewable energy systems, and control systems.