Theoretical fundamentals of structural-invariant systems of autonomous objects converting to renewable energy

Keywords: self-contained objects, the theory of invariance, renewable energy, bicomplex calculus

Abstract

Adaptive coordinate-parametric control using relay components in the control algorithms that can significantly extend the management capabilities substantially non-stationary objects.
Designed transformation algorithms and principles of invariant PP desired shape, including a permanent set value and polarity, if any form of a supply voltage. In this case, the functional organization of the PP, which provides high-frequency power conversion, allows essentially eliminate the need for intermediate receiving a constant voltage, which makes it possible to significantly improve the technical and economic performance of PP. In addition, a number of structures of PP, feasibility of using the equipment in which various functional purpose due to the high-quality output voltage at the desired shape any form of supply voltage and output power without filters; a wide range of frequency and adjusting the output voltage, including subsonic
and low frequencies, without distorting its shape; the ability of the power path PP scheme both in the general summation node and a summing circuit in general; PP control structures at the
program level through the implementation of appropriate algorithms converts a digital programmable controller; improved weight and overall dimensions; multistage structures designed PCB that allows their unification.

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2016-12-14
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Smirnov, V., Belenok, N., & Ivanichenko, E. (2016). Theoretical fundamentals of structural-invariant systems of autonomous objects converting to renewable energy. Vidnovluvana Energetika, (4 (47), 20-31. Retrieved from https://ve.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/103
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Complex Problems of Power Systems Based on Renewable Energy Sources