This paper describes the design of an advanced solar tracking system development that can be deployed for a range of applications. The work focused on the design and implementation of an advanced solar tracking system that follow the trajectory of the sun’s path to maximise the power capacity generated by the solar panel. The design concept focused on reliability, cost effectiveness, and scalability. System performance is of course a key issue and is at the heart of influencing the hardware, software and mechanical design. The result ensured a better system performance achieved. Stability issues were also addressed, in relation to optimisation and reliability. The paper details the physical tracker device developed as a prototype, as well as the proposed advanced control system for optimising the tracking.
|Enw||Springer Proceedings in Energy|
|Cynhadledd||The International Conference on Energy and Sustainable Futures (ICESF)|
|Gwlad/Tiriogaeth||Y Deyrnas Unedig|
|Cyfnod||10/09/20 → 11/09/20|