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Design of a Single Phase HERIC-SPWM Farid Dwi Murdianto; Indhana Sudihato; Anang Budi Karso; Wildana Zulfa
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 9, No 1 (2022): April 2022
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Ujung Pandang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v9i1.2995

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Development in the field of technology has experienced rapid development in recent years, especially in inverter. Every year the development of inverters is very fast starting from full bidge inverters to HERIC inverters, inverters are usually used to convert DC voltage to AC, HERIC inverters are modifications of full bidge inverters with 2 additional IGBTs on the output side, therefore this paper will discuss about inverter design. HERIC SPWM 1 phase.The HERIC inverter will be compared with full bridge inverters to find out the advantages of these modifications. The modulation technique here uses SPWM (sinusoidal pulse width modulation) modulation technique as the switching process. IGBT switching on the HERIC inverter to produce the desired output waveform. The methodology for making a 1-phase HERIC SPWM inverter using a source from the PLN road network which will then be rectified by the rectifier. The rectifier output of 311 vdc will then be converted into AC voltage with output by the HERIC inverter.So that by making this single-phase HERIC SPWM inverter it is possible to be efficient and produce the power supply that will be used.
Performance Evaluation Zeta Converter Using PI Controller for Energy Management in DC Nanogrid Isolated System Farid Dwi Murdianto; Indhana Sudiharto; Eni Wulandari
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 8, No 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v8i1.2651

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Renewable energy is needed as an alternative energy source. One of the implementations of renewable energy is the Solar Power Plant (PLTS). PLTS is a component that uses solar cells to convert solar energy into electrical energy. Unfortunately, the output power of this solar cell depends on the intensity of the light which causes the output power to enter the load to be unstable. Sometimes the PV power decrease because of the shading effect. From this problem a converter is needed to keep the system output voltage. The converter used in this research is the zeta converter. This Zeta converter can operate like a buck boost converter. The output of the system used is not stable. So that to stabilize it requires good control. In this paper using PI controller to control this system in order to keep the output system stable. 3. The error generated using the PI Control on the system is only 0.34%.
Adaptive Power Charge Using PID Controller on DC Load Application Farid Dwi Murdianto; Indhana Sudiharto; Irianto Irianto; Ayu Wulandari
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 7, No 2 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v7i2.2652

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Battery is a very important necessity as an electrical energy storage for DC load type. However, as electric energy storage, the battery has a limit storage capacity. The battery must be recharged when the electrical energy stored in the battery has been exhausted to keep the DC load in operation. Unfortunately, batteries in different types of DC loads have different voltages and capacities. So for charging the battery also requires a different voltage. While the existing battery charger is generally static specifically for one type of battery. From this problem, the paper proposed an adaptive power charge system. A system that can adaptively charge electrical energy on batteries that have different voltages and capacities through one port. The converter used in this paper is the buck converter to lower the output voltage from the input voltage. The system uses tracking duty cycle to know the type of DC load. After knowing the type of dc load then the system determines the setting point voltage. To keep the output voltage stable, the system uses PID control. With this adaptive power charge, the charging process will be more efficient and multifunction because it can be used for various types of DC load. The system can provide an output voltage of 19 volts when connected to a laptop and provides an output voltage of 5 volts when connected to a mobile phone on setling time 10ms.
An Accurate Battery Charger SEPIC-Coupled Inductor Using Fuzzy Type 2 Berliana Rahma Putri; Indhana Sudiharto; Farid Dwi Murdianto
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 8, No 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v8i1.2886

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Recently, the needs of electrical energy have increased in line with the increasing population in Indonesia. Electrical in order to save the use of fossil energy, renewable is used, namely solar energy. Solar energy depends on the conditions of sunlight and the temperature of the solar panel. So, if the solar panel is directly connected to the battery, it will cause the battery be damaged. To overcome this, a controlled DC-DC converter is needed to stabilize the solar panel output before connecting to the battery. The DC-DC converter that used is a SEPIC coupled inductor converter, this converter has the ability to increase efficiency, the output polarity is not reversed, and avoid input current ripple. The control used to adjust the output of the SEPIC converter is a type 2 fuzzy logic controller because it has ability to find a set point value faster than other control logics and can handle uncertainty better than a type 1 fuzzy logic controller. The output of the SEPIC converter is used for charging lithium ion battery with a capacity 12V 21Ah. The output value of the SEPIC converter is 12.6V for charging voltage and 7A for charging current. The method used for battery charging is the constant current constant voltage method (cc-cv).
Comparison of FLC and ANFIS Methods to Keep Constant Power Based on Zeta Converter Neily Itsqiyah Mufa’ary; Indhana Sudiharto; Farid Dwi Murdianto
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 8, No 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v8i1.2701

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The rapid development of technology encourages humans to always create various types of renewable innovations, which are useful for facilitating work and fulfill user’s order as desired. Especially in household appliances that use renewable energy sources in the form of solar cell, this implementation produces a fluctuating output power according to the properties of solar cell. So, it needs to be stabilized by zeta converter with the help of technology in the engineering sector, it is carried out by means of an interface as a liaison between the software and the controlled hardware. Therefore, a fuzzy set theory emerged to solve the problem in control design. However, there are other controls that can improve fuzzy deficiencies, called ANFIS. ANFIS has advantages in the learning process from the plant and the rules that will be made by the Neural Network have the main ability in terms of learning and adaptation, then decision making is done by FLC. This paper aims to compare the performance of the FLC and ANFIS as a control to keep stability of the output power of the zeta converter, where the converter work like a buck-boost converter that can increase or decrease the output power to be consumed in order to stabilize. The use of these two controllers can also compare the time at steady state and the constant power before learning occurs and after  learning process. The simulation results show that the accuracy of ANFIS is 99.82% higher than accuracy of FLC which is 98.08%.
Comparison Of FLC And ANFIS Method To Keep Constant Voltage Based On Flyback Converter Nila Nanda Nismayanti; Indhana Sudiharto; Diah Septi Yanaratri
INTEK: Jurnal Penelitian Vol 9, No 1 (2022): April 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/intek.v9i1.3340

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The development of tecnology suggest humans to always create certain types of renewable inovation, which are usefull for public facilities. Especially in information technology we always need to do the things like work, school and etc using gadget. To reduce various kind of problems on battery health, needs an inovation about charger station in public places. This charger station has a single input single output system so that using just 1 battery source can be used for charging. To realize this charging system, a flyback converter that is capable of working with single input single output is used, which is of course controlled by the Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System (Anfis) so that the resulting output voltage remains constant, which is 19 V