GA Trained ANFIS MPPT for Solar PV system

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Genetic Algorithm (GA) trained Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) for Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) of a Solar PV system
Updated 19 Aug 2023

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GA-Trained ANFIS MPPT Process:
  • Objective Function: Define a fitness function that quantifies how well a given set of ANFIS parameters lead to MPPT. Typically, the objective is to maximize the power extracted from the solar PV system.
  • GA Setup: Configure the GA parameters, such as the number of generations, population size, and mutation/crossover rates.
  • Initial Population: Generate an initial population of ANFIS parameter sets (fuzzy logic membership functions, neural network weights, etc.).
  • Evaluation: For each parameter set in the population, simulate the PV system's performance using ANFIS-based MPPT. Evaluate the power output and calculate the fitness based on how close it is to the MPP.
  • Selection: Choose the best-performing parameter sets (individuals) based on their fitness to serve as parents for the next generation.
  • Crossover and Mutation: Combine the selected parents to create new parameter sets, introducing diversity through genetic operations like crossover (mixing parameters of parents) and mutation (small random changes).
  • Next Generation: Repeat the evaluation, selection, crossover, and mutation steps for multiple generations, gradually improving the parameter sets' fitness.
  • Convergence: The GA converges towards parameter sets that provide optimal or near-optimal MPPT performance.
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PIRC (2024). GA Trained ANFIS MPPT for Solar PV system (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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