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Design and Implementation of Z-Source Inverter by Simple Boost Control Technique for Laboratory Scale Micro-Hydro Power Plant Application Ariefianto, Rizki Mendung; Aprilianto, Rizky Ajie; Suryoatmojo, Heri; Suwito, Suwito
Jurnal Teknik Elektro Vol 13, No 2 (2021): Jurnal Teknik Elektro
Publisher : Jurusan Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jte.v13i2.31884


In a power plant such as micro-hydropower (MHP), an induction generator (IG) is usually employed to produce electrical power. Therefore, an inverter is needed to deliver it with high efficiency. Z-source inverter (ZSI) has been introduced as a topology with many advantages over conventional inverters. This research aims to investigate the performance of ZSI based simple boost control (SBC) in laboratory-scale MHP systems using a rewinding induction generator. This research has been conducted both from simulations and experiments. Based on the result, the waveform characteristic and value of ZSI are close to the desired design. A shoot-through duty ratio of 17% can reach 60 Vrms output voltage, and this condition has a conversion ratio of about 2.05 times. Also, SBC can significantly reduce the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD). ZSI efficiency has a value of 84.78% at 50% of rating load 100 W and an average value of 80%. Compared to the previous study, the proposed design has more economical with the same component for the higher rating power. Moreover, it has a smoother and entire output waveform of the voltage.
Unjuk Kerja Performa Turbin Arus Laut Sumbu Vertikal Pada Berbagai Bentuk Sudu Unik Ariefianto, Rizki Mendung; Hasanah, Rini Nur; Wijono, Wijono
Rekayasa Vol 15, No 1: April 2022
Publisher : Universitas Trunojoyo Madura

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21107/rekayasa.v15i1.13572


Efficiency and self-starting capability performances are the main problems in vertical axis turbines. By purposing improves its performance, vertical axis turbines have been developed with various models. One of the developments of this model is to design the turbine blades into unique shapes. This research aims to determine the performance of some unique blade vertical axis turbines conditioned on the same parameters, especially if applied in a marine environment. Turbines with helical blade (HB), eggbeater-shaped blade (ESB), diamond-shaped blade (DSB), Y-shaped blade (YSB), and arrow-shaped blade (ASB) were investigated based on efficiency and self-starting capability using QBlade software. Good performance symmetrical foils such as NACA 634021 are also applied to each turbine. The simulation results show that from the aspect of efficiency performance, turbine ASB HB ESB DSB YSB. Meanwhile, in the aspect of self-starting capability performance, the sequence is similar to efficiency performance, based on the two approaches applied. The highest efficiency achieved by the ASB turbine is 0.391 at the lowest tip speed ratio of λ = 4. The ASB turbine also achieves the best self-starting performance, which has a minimum static torque coefficient of 0.00155 and can produce the required power at the lowest marine current speed of 0.806 m/s. This performance brings the ASB turbine to produce a rated power of 52.52 kW, or more than twice the power production of the lowest efficiency turbine and has an average power gain of 3.75 kW per 0.2 m/s.