Murat Unlu

Murat Unlu
Kocaeli University · Department of Electrical Engineering

PhD

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10 Research Items
72 Citations
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January 2003 - present
Kocaeli University
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (12)
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Nowadays, DC/DC converters are widely used in industrial applications and renewable energy systems. A SEPIC (single-ended primary inductance converter) DC-DC converter is capable of operating in either step-up or step-down mode and commonly used in a battery charger system. This paper presents the modeling and analyzing of the SEPIC with coupled an...
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This paper presents a new power electronic interface based line-commutated inverter (LCI) for dc power injection to the grid. The proposed system involves a simple power electronic converter and controller interface using a single-phase LCI. The controller has been developed that can inject a high quality sinusoidal current to the utility grid from...
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A simple power electronic interface based on the line-commutated inverter (LCI) has been developed in order to inject sinusoidal current to the grid for single-phase gridconnected photovoltaic (PV) energy generation systems. The proposed inverter facilitates controlling the injecting/grid current with a controllable power factor in contrast to the...
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This paper proposes a new method which can track the maximum power under partially shaded conditions (PSC). Global maximum power (GPmax) searching method is used in this study, that is obtained by combining incremental conductance (IncCond) and scanning approach method which utilizes duty cycle sweep to track the global maximum when the PV array op...

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