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**Modelling and non linear control of a photovoltaic system with storage batteries: A bond graph approach
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Zitouni.N * , Khiari.B*, Andoulsi.R * , Sellami.A * , Mami A *** ,Hssen.A ****

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* Laboratory of Photovoltaic and the Semiconductors in CRTEn, BP95 Hammam lif 2050 Tunisia, ** Research Unit: Networks and Machines Electric in INSAT Tunisia ***Laboratory of automatic and control systems **** Laboratory of Water and the Environment in CRTE

**Abstract. This paper presents a bond graph modelling of
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a photovoltaic source (PV). The insolation variation during the day poses the problem of energy storage. For that, we used electrochemical batteries which present the best solution by their good adaptation to photovoltaic source. A maximum power point tracking (MPPT) device is located between PV array and batteries to optimise the power transfer from the PV array and batteries. A non linea control approach of a photovoltaic system is introduced for the DC-DC converter. The control strategy is based on state feedback input output linearization, and the control law is determined from the established bond-graph model.

control law is developed for this system . To exploit the model bond graph of the photovoltaic system, The control law is determined from the established bondgraph model [8][9]. In the first part of this paper, the B.G model for different elements of the system is presented. In the second part, a theoretical study of the nonlinear control is presented, and the non linear approach for the control based on the B.G model for the system and state feedback linearization is developed, Finally, different simulations are presented.

Key words:

bond graph, photovoltaic source, nonlinear control, storage battery, DC/DC converter.

**2. Bond graph modelling for the photovoltaic source
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2.1 The PV array model

1. Introduction

In rural zones, conventional sources of energies are limited, and photovoltaic energy (PV) becomes a promising solution. In fact, many advantages are presented by this energy like the availability on a large scale of planet area. A stand alone photovoltaic system generally uses batteries to maintain supply when the solar energy is not available [5]. In order to overcome the undesired effect of the PV output voltage, and to assure its maximum power point operating, it’s possible to insert a DC-DC converter (MPPT) between the PV generator and the batteries [3]. There is a thorough study found a MPPT control , In order to guide the generator towards the optimum power point and to

The PV array is basically formed by solar cells. The equivalent circuit model of a solar cell consists of a current generator ( I ph ) and a diode ( D ), serial ( Rs ) and parallel ( Rsh ) resistances [2]. The equation (1) refers to the PV array current. The equivalent circuit is given by figure.1[2] [10].

I p = I ph − I s [exp(

V p + Rs I p VT

) − 1] −

V p + R s Ip R sh

(1)

In literature, a model simplification is often done. This simplification consists in neglecting resistances Rs and

**Rsh which facilitates considerably the exploitation of the
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exploit the maximum energy delivered by the photovoltaic generator. Where [21] develop a PWM control strategies, [20] use genetic assisted, multi-layer perceptron neural network control,[18]and [19] use fuzzy logic control. In this paper, considering the nonlinear characteristic I-V of the PV system, a non linear (N.L)

Manuscript received June 5, 2011 Manuscript revised June 20, 2011

PV generator model by avoiding the implicit equations. The simplified equation of the photovoltaic courant introduced by [2] is given as follows:

K b is the Boltzman 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 noted I D . Equivalent schema of a real photovoltaic cell Figure. Nevertheless. 2.2.10 -19 c). (a) 2. n is the ideal factor of the photovoltaic cell. Bond graph modelling of the battery and charge regulator The storage device (load acid batteries) is difficult to characterise and several models are used in literature [2][3][5].106 IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security. Equivalent scheme of simplified PV array model (a) and its Bond graph model (b) I P = I Ph − I S [exp(VP VT ) − 1] Where V = T (2) n K BT q R R is the thermodynamic potential.2. Bond-graph modelling of the photovoltaic source The PV generator has a non-linear current-voltage (IV) characteristic.6. q P P j/°k). we had compared the experimental (I-V) characteristic of the PV array to the corresponded of BG simulated one. T is the constant given as flow: (1. This one is characterized by an optimal operating point corresponding to the maximum power delivered by the PV generator. 2. Simulated (a) and experimental (b) (I-V) characteristic of the PV array. The two curves are shown in figure. 1.11 No. June 2011 (b) Figure. VOL. 18 16 I Ph is the photocurrent of the PV cell proportional to illumination. (a) 16 14 12 10 Panel voltage Up(V) C a ra c t? is tiq u e ? p e rim e n ta le I= f(V ) Ip(A) 8 6 4 2 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 (b) V p (V ) Figure. In order to test the theoretical model.3. The term I s [exp(VP VT ) − 1] is the darkness diode current P P -23 Panel current Ip(A) is the electron charge (1. To simulate (I-V) characteristic.38.6. some of these models require . 3.10 junction temperature in Kelvin degree. I S is the diode reverse saturation current. we use the bond-graph model represented in figure.3.

For that. The model parameters are deduced from the currentvoltage characteristics during the battery charge and discharge. According to this state the regulator commutates between two phases. Where U b is the battery voltage.11 No. allowing to limit the over charge and the discharge of the battery. I P is the panel current. Bond-graph model of the energy components In the bond-graph model. VOL. batteries allowing the storage of energy at illumination period are used. supplied with a photovoltaic source (already presented). 5. I b represents the battery current. June 2011 information on battery parameters. We retain that presents an electric model relating to the leadacid batteries. R 107 R: Ron 1 R R: Ron 2 R C : Cp R MTF: 1/m 1 1 : Ip R Switch control MTF: 1/m 2 1: I ch R 0 : Up R 0 : Ub R R : R ch R There are several alternatives of battery modelling. For the correct operation of the battery.6. Ip R R:R D R C : Cb R 1 : Ib R R : rb R R Se : E b Figure. where the .6. In this work we modelled a charge regulator.exp13 30 50 70 50 1 A B C D E D Charge regulator rb R I ch R A A I ph R RD Cp R R Vp R Rch Cb R A B C D E Ub (V) Ip (A) Ib (A) Up (V) re g-cont D B C B Eb R C 10 -2 0 -3 0 0 0 A B C D E 0 time 16. From simulations of figure. 4.IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security. 6. figure. The corresponding bondgraph model is represented in figure. which is assimilated to two switches in the PV generator circuit disposed on both sides of the battery. the regulator developed maintains the battery terminal voltage between two limits. which are not easily obtained.6. For an ideal model. These elements are controlled by a program pre-established depending on the battery state and the PV source.4 depicts the equivalent electric schema of the energy components. The switch model is developed in [10] [22].5 Figure. and I ch is the load current. Complete electric diagram of the energy components Figure.e. the battery is represented by a simple voltage source Eb in series with a resistance Rb (with Rb is the internal resistance of the battery) and a storage capacity Cb to model the effect of charge and discharge of the battery [3]. The photovoltaic generators present a limited and fluctuating energy source. put in series on both sides of the battery.6 [10][11]. The battery voltage is the indicator of state of charge.m Va (Q ) and internal resistance Ra . the f. V P is PV panel voltage.5. The bond-graph model simulations are illustrated by figure. The switches are modelled by modulated transformer MTF in serial with resistive element R : Ron . The last is assimilated for two switches. na5 9 . the battery is modelled by an effort source Se = E b in series with a resistance R : rb and a capacity C : C b . The charge programme establishes operates the switches according to the battery charge state and the energy availability (solar illumination). The charge of the battery from PV generator and the discharge towards a receptor is controlled by a charge regulator. Simulation of the Bond-graph model of the energy components The order of the switchers must hold in account the sense of battery current (charge or discharge phase). The accumulators are characterized by the state of Sf : I ph charge Q . The simulation of the BG model is presented by figure. we have distinguished the charge and discharge phases of the battery between two limits ( U bd and U bc ).

2. this method includes five stage [8][9]. The equivalent schema of DC/DC converter is presented by figure. Complete electric schema of the solar energy supply Figure.G model to determine the control law.dt + v 2 (t ).1 The bond graph modeling of DC/DC converter This method supposes the ideal switches and gives indirectly the average models appropriate to the various static inverters which permit to deduce easily the bondgraph model.6. 7 Schema of the buck converter 3. The global model and the bond-graph model are respectively represented by the figure.G model. The bond-graph model of boost converter Figure. 8.9 and figure. the system will operate at the intersection of the I − V curve and load line. I1 = 1 T ∫ ρ 0 i1 ( t ).dt = δ I 2 v 2 ( t ). it consist to maximize the power absorbed by the batteries [7][8]. 10. Global bond-graph model of photovoltaic system (3) (4) V2 = 1 T ∫ δ 0 ∫δ T T 3. In what follows we will present a study of the input output linearization control law The BG model corresponding to the DC/DC converter developed by [2][22] is illustrated in the figure. The complete BG model of the photovoltaic source is obtained by associating the models developed previously. A control algorithm permits to assure maximum output power.7. For the case of the boost converter. the average values of electric parameter are given by equation (3) and (4) [2][6][22]. June 2011 battery current change the sign panel current joints zero and the panel voltage (V p ) towards the panel open circuit value (V po ) . Non linear control law The main objective is to charge batteries.dt + 1 T 1 T ∫ρ T T i1 (t ). Figure.dt = δ V1 Figure.4 The bond graph modeling of DC/DC converter The DC/DC converter model When the PV generator is directly connected to the load.108 IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.7. . The MPPT (Maximum power point tracking) controller used in our case is based on a boost converter.11 No. In this paper we will exploit the B. The control law can be determined by an analytical method or directly from the B.10. 9. The converter consists of power components and control circuit. which can be far from the maximum power point MPP. VOL.

the reference model . if as And r is the smallest entirety such Lg L2f h ≡ 0 for i = 0. VOL. f (. The control low has the following form: The number of derivation of the output necessary to reveal the input is known as relative degree of the model.) et g (. f >= ∑ Lg h( x) =< dh.. etc By using the input-output linearization by state return. u ∈ R m . several control method can be carried out such as the placement of pole. ∀x ∈ R n . extension of the definition of the relative degree into linear [14]. Since the external part makes up of a linear relation between y and v (or per equivalence the canonical form of commandability between y and u ).6.11 No.. in the direction of vectors fields u= Giving: 1 − Lrf h + v r −1 Lg L f h y (r) = v ( ) (12) f L f h( x) =< dh. The diagram block of a control system by linearization input-output by return of state is as follows: u = α ( x ) + β ( x )v Where α (. we derives (5) to have: &=v y & & = L2f h + ( Lg L f h)u y With L f = L f ( L f h) and L g L f h = L g ( L f h) 2 (10) Once the linearization is achieved. law: 109 ∀x ∈ R n the control u= 1 − L2f + v Lg L f h ( ) (11) & = f (x ) + g (x )u x y = h( x ) Where (5) In a way more general. where the output has the .) are two fields n By deriving y we obtains: of vectors of R & = L f h + Lg h u & = L f h+ L g h u y y R R R R R R then the control law is written: (6) Where L f h et L g h L g h respectively indicate the Lie derivation of h and g . ∀x ∈ R ...IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.. g >= ∑ n ∂h f j ( x) j =1 ∂x j n n (7) ∂h g j ( x) j =1 ∂x j If L g h( x ) ≠ 0. x ∈ R n . r − 2 L g Lrf−1 h( x ) ≠ 0. We point out the theory of this control for the monovariable case [12] [5].) and β (. We consider the monovariable model with single output: As previously. June 2011 The control of a broad class of non-linear systems can have a linear input-output behaviour by choosing a nonlinear control law per state return.. it is easy to conceive input v . If L g L f h ≠ 0 .. 11 : diagram block of a controller process by linearization input-output by return of state Thus leading to the linear system: If L g h( x) ≡ 0 . the dynamic of a nonlinear system are broken up partly external (input-output) and an internal part (unobservable).) are two function of R This law is given by: n (8) yr R External linear control v Inputoutput linearizati u Processus x Outpu t block y b u= 1 (− L f h + v) Lg h (9) Figure.

G model. 4. z2 ) + g1 ( z1 . Indeed the law linearization by state return is the nonlinear equivalent of the poles zero placement in loop closed of the model. & 2 = ψ (0. z 2 ) represent Lrf h ( x ) and g 1 ( z1 . z 2 ) represent Lrf−1 h ( x ) .n (13) The dynamics (16) are the dynamics on this space. It remains to know if the interns dynamic well will behave (if the internal states will remain limited). For that we defines an intrinsic property of the nonlinear system consider the system internal dynamics when the entry makes it possible to maintain the output in zeros. z2 ) z y = z11 (15) A nonlinear system is known as asymptotically phase minimal if the dynamics of the zeros is asymptotically stable.. Determination of the control law directly on Bond Graph The control law can be determined directly from the B.. z2 ) (17) T1 = z11 = h( x) T2 = z12 = L f h( x) M Tr = z1r = Lrf−1h( x) With dT1 ( x) g ( x) = 0 diffeomorphism If we consider for i = r + 1.110 IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.6. The dynamic interns associated with the linearization input-output. To suppose the null output implies that all its derivatives are null.. z 2 ) z (16) r if: r −2 L g h( x ) = L g L f h( x ) = K L g L f h( x ) = P P 0 and L g Lrf− 2 h ( x ) ≠ 0 ∀x∈Rn. this method includes five stage [8][9]. June 2011 desired behaviour. z2 ) + v) g1 ( z1 . generally depend on the output. For that the dynamic interns correspond to the model where the zeros dynamic describe the movements on a surface M 0 of n − r dimension defined by Z 1 = 0 [14].11 No. in order to make them unobservable [15]. The model (5) have a relative degree r if each x ∈ R the output requires r derivations before revealing the control in (6). The system (5) is known as minimal of phase if the dynamics of the zeros are asymptotic stable as indicates it the following definition: ¾ Définition 2 : [16] is a Z 2 = (Tr +1 ... It is noted that the subspace: L = x ∈ U 0 : L f h( x ) = L Lrf−1h(0) = x ∈ U 0 : z1 = 0 Can be invariant while choosing: { } { } If a system has a relative degree that each x0 ∈ R n r . The essential definitions and results are as follows: ¾ Définition 1 : System (5) have a relative degree the system below ( f (o) = 0 and h(0) = 0 ).Tn ) T . z2 ) z &2 = ψ ( z1 . n These dynamics are the dynamic ones made unobservable by the state return. Now if x = 0 is a balance point of . In (14) f 1 ( z1 .. then the dynamics (16) are the zeros dynamics. The interns stability for nonlinear systems was treated in various work [15][16]. VOL. there is easy to check there is a vicinity u 0 of x0 such as the change of co-ordinates for the state defined by: u= 1 (− f1 ( z1 .the equation (5) can &11 = z12 z M &1r −1 = z &1r z (14) be written in the following normal canonical form: &1r = f1 ( z1 . corresponding to the last equations: normal form.

The currents transformer With: f 3 et f 6 became the output of the m = 1 ρ = f3 f6 (19) From this equation we can deduce the control law : U U = ρ = f3 f6 ⎧e6 = ρ e3 ⎨ ⎩ f3 = ρf6 (20) Stage 3: Deduction of the minimal dynamic equation Figure.13.IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security. Bond-graph model with the minimal dynamic way Stage 2: development of the reverses model The method is based on the causal inversion input-output for the B. it consists to deduce the static and dynamics input-output control law directly on bondgraph model.G of the system.11 No. The cyclic ratio of the boost converter is the input of the control law U . June 2011 The photovoltaic state equation can be put in the following form (5). the bond graph technique was extended by the introduction of the concept of bi causality [13]. The number of this integrator gives the relative output-input degree: r = 1 . This is obtained by the inversion of the system dynamics where the input is replaced by the output.12. The opposite bond-graph model having only one integrator. For the design of the control system. 111 & ch ⎤ ⎡− rb lch ρ cp −1 cb ⎤ ⎡p ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ & ⎢ ⎥ = − − ρ q l 1 R c 0 ch D p ⎢ cp ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ⎢q ⎥ 1 l 0 0 ⎣ &cb ⎦ ⎢ ⎥ ch ⎣ ⎦ ⎡ pch ⎤ ⎡1 0 ⎤ ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ⎢qcp ⎥ + ⎢0 1 ⎥ ⎢q ⎥ ⎢0 0⎥ ⎣ cb ⎦ ⎣ ⎦ ⎡Eb ⎤(18) ⎢I ⎥ ⎣ ph ⎦ Stage 1: Bond-graph model with standard causality The minimal dynamic way or output-input way (ρ . VOL.6. f4 = e5 RD &2 = c . it is often useful to determine the input from the desired output.q dv dt y = vp p = f2 (21) According to (20) and (21) we obtain: . To determine the opposite model. p Figure. v ). The equation is obtained while reading the bond graph model with opposite causality. The state vector is x = [ p ch q cp q cb ] T The output is the voltage of the generator: f6 = p ch l ch . which corresponds for a control of the opposite system. We deduce a mathematical model reverses called minimal dynamic equation.

the storage batteries and control law elaborated without the charge regulator. all bonds attached of “0” junction is cancelled. consequently the power is cancelled. we replace relation (r ) & y (r = 1) by a new control input v .11 No. Figure. The aim to ensure the performance of the control law. We notice that the regulator developed is well adapted where the output follows the input. 4. the control transformed the system into “integrating block”. Diagram of the system with control law This control law made two states unobservable ( q ch . This objective can be achieved by a simple control law v : v = k ( y d − y ) In this case. different simulations have been performed to test the work elaborated. VOL. The first simulation (figure16) consists in a simple simulation where we consider the PV source. June 2011 &p f 3 = I ph − I s [exp(v p vTt ) − 1] − cv U= &l cy l ch [ I ph − I s (exp v p vT ) − 1) − ch p ch p ch (22) Stage 5: study of stability The dynamics of the zeros is obtained by imposing y = 0 . Simulations and results After elaborating the BG model of the system and the control law. this variety represents the dynamics of the zeros of the system whose study of internal stability is essential . We can make the measurable sizes: & ( x) = ∑ P + ∑ P V ni + j = P 1 1 (t ) − P2 (t ) i =1 j =1 ni nj (26) & ( x ) = − P (t ) = −[ r ( p ch ) 2 ] < 0 V b 2 l ch Energy is decreasing is cancelled in the origin. From simulation of figure 17 is very interesting to distinguish the charge and discharge phases of the battery between two limits ( Vad U= c 1 [(− I s exp(v p vT ) − 1) + I ph ] − v (24) Ib Ib The diagram of the system is given by the following figure. p ch ) from the new control v . the input-output system (with feed-back) r becomes linear & =v according to the equation: y = y The linearization static law is: E (t ) = V = ∑ ε i ( p i ) + ∑ ε ni + j ( q j ) i =1 2 j =1 ni nj (q ) 1 p ) V = ( ch + cb ) cb 2 l ch The derivative of this energy represents the difference between the power delivered by the source and the consumption by the dissipative elements.14. we verified the reaching point depending on the climatic condition where the terminal power on the battery is maximal.112 IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.6. According to the nonlinear control theory. a proportional “P” regulator is suitable. 2 (25) U= lch l [(− I s exp(qc cvT ) − 1) + I ph ] − c ch v (23) pch pch The feedback linearization control law is inserted in PV voltage control loop in order to reach the optimal voltage. The Fig 15 represents the BG model with feedback linearization input output control. Since the result of simulation is favourable we can extend simulation and establish the charge regulator of the battery. the equation associated is asymptotically stable. We can choose the sum of the energies stored in the elements of storage I et C like function candidate of lyapunov [9]. Stage 4: development of control law From the dynamic equation minimal. We apply the second method of lyapunov to the bond-graph to analyze the stability of dynamics of the zeros. therefore the system is minimal of phase. From simulation we distinguish that the control law is able to stabilise the system on the desired output power.

where the battery current change the sign and panel current joins zero. (this method includes five stages).11 No. Simulation of model BG of the system with state feedback linearization control I b (V ) U p . consists of a photovoltaic generator. June 2011 113 state of the battery. The battery voltage is the indicator of charge 32 30 28 0 1 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 0. A non linear approach has been proposed to control the loading of a battery and exploit the maximum of energy delivered by the PV panel. . According to this state the regulator commutates between two phases. In this paper an electric model of the photovoltaic source is presented and the complete BG model for different elements of the system is elaborated. This technique is systematic and has a sufficient flexibility to be able to introduce various components into the system and to establish a nonlinear control law. VOL. 17.IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security. Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) and the loads. the modelling of this pilot unit becomes complex. Reliable simulation results are presented to demonstrate the validity of the proposed control approach. storage battery with charge regulator.5 0 20 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 I p (A ) 10 0 0 10 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 I b (A ) 0 -10 -20 0 2 4 6 8 10 Times(s) 12 14 16 Figure. U o p (V ) 40 30 20 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Ub(V) Up(V) Upref(V) 16 c h a rg e c o n t ro l 0. Conclusion The pilot unit. we proposed a unified approach of modelling based on graphic technique known as bond-graph. U b . Figure. the object of our study.16. In this paper we have exploit the B.G model to determine the control law. Simulation of model BG of the system with charge regulator and state feedback linearization input-output control law. The BG model with feedback linearization input output control 5.6. With these varied elements. The control law stabilise the system on the desired output power and the output follows the input.5 0 30 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 U b (V ) 20 10 15 10 5 0 2 4 6 8 Times (s) 10 12 14 16 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Figure 15. c o n tro l la w u U p a n d U p re f (V ) and Vac ). This model was used to design a state feedback linearization input output control law. For that.

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