Nowadays, there is a need to increase the continuous usage of the power electronic converters like AC-DC, DC-DC, and DC-AC based on various applications like mobile charge controller and telecom base station. Also, for power stability control, these converters are utilized in the renewable energy system (RES). The output cannot be stable for a longer duration due to the inappropriate switching pulse and continued usage of the converter. For resolving the above issues, the soft-switching technique is implemented in the proposed system for controlling both converter and inverter for proper energy stabilization during the continuous operation of devices. The main objective of this work is to improve the solar power system using high voltage gain DC / DC converter. Similarly, an inverter delivers the continuous AC power to the grid system without any fluctuations. The revolutionary substantial transformative control (RSTC) technique has been employed to monitor and control the converters used in this system. The additional advantage of this system is battery-based energy management, which is only utilized under necessary conditions. During the initial stage, RSTC will track the solar power, and it compares with the reference voltage and produces the appropriate pulse to the converter switch. Based on the switching pulse, the full-bridge converter (FBC) will also enhance the DC voltage by providing the constant voltage for the grid-connected inverter system. Secondly, the proposed RSTC controller will be monitoring voltage amplitude and frequency of grid power system. If any variation appears due to source power fluctuation, the controller will recognize it and automatically vary the pulse width modulation (PWM) of an inverter and compensate the grid power. The design analysis and operating approaches of the proposed converter are verified by MATLAB / Simulink 2017b. The performance analysis has been done with various parameters like total harmonics distortion (THD), steady-state error and converter efficiency.
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