@article{Priya, Suresh Vendoti_2020, title={MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING APPROACH FOR PV MODULES USING MOTH FLAME OPTIMIZATION}, volume={13}, url={https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/6681}, abstractNote={<p><em> Photovoltaic framework (PV) has gigantic potential because of the luxuriousness of sun based vitality. Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) calculation is essentially expected to keep the PV framework worked at ideal point. MPP in a PV framework improves the general framework use productivity with maximum power. Right now and examination of MPPT calculations for PV framework is communicated. The moth flame optimization based MPPT calculation is proposed right now. MFO MPPT is a straightforward calculation and the reaction of the looking is increasingly dependable. MFO based MPPT method is utilized to follow the maximum power working point under quickly changing insolation state of the PV framework. The duty factor is given by the MFO calculation is given to the stepup converter to direct and to give maximum accessible power to the heap. A wide range of ways to deal with MPPT have been proposed. These procedures might be very powerful for tracking a nearby MPP, for example, the Perturb and Observe (P&O) and Incremental Conductance (InC) strategies, or might be intended to decide the worldwide maxima, for example, the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and MFO techniques </em></p>}, number={1s}, journal={International Journal of Control and Automation}, author={Priya, Suresh Vendoti, Veera Devi Naga Shanmukha}, year={2020}, month={Mar.}, pages={38 - 47} }