Investigation on implementing the swarm nano grid system for effective utilization of solar-powered agro-industries

N. Karthikeyan, S. Nanthagopal, R. Dharmaprakash, R. Ravikumar


The agro-industry is the backbone of the global economy, even in the twenty-first century. The agro-industry would not be what it is now without irrigation. The production and use of renewable energy in this sector of the agricultural economy have also expanded rapidly in recent years. Base-load power production and conversions dominate the literature. This research examines user concerns. The swarm nano grid system fixes this. The pulse width modulation (PWM) sinusoidal inverter converted stable DC power from the bidirectional DC-DC converter into sinusoidal AC voltage for the irrigation pump induction motor. Solar panels, batteries, and converters are costly, but they pay off. The nano grid distributes excess power generated during low demand to local loads. This technique works well when the load can be disconnected from the power grid. MATLAB is used to keep an eye on the reliability and efficiency of the induction motor. In the first simulation, solar power generation is modeled using the MATLAB Simulink software in two distinct modes. A PWM sinusoidal inverter that is driven by solar energy is what provides power to the 5.67 kW induction submersible motor. The simulation result provides a conceptual model of how induction motors powered by renewable energy sources function in practice.


agro-industry; DC-DC converter; MATLAB Simulink; PWM sinusoidal inverter; swarm nano grid system

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