Experimental data-oriented parameter extraction helps in giving an accurate assessment to forecast the output current of the photovoltaic cells. This may be very beneficial in the modeling, optimization, partial shading, and assessment of the PV systems both practically and conceptually. Attributed to the reason that hybrid techniques incorporate the advantages of two or more algorithms, they outperform stochastic methods in solving the given complex multi-dimensional and multi-model optimization problems. Many authors have proposed hybrid methods to improve precision, steadiness, and overall efficiency. However, most of the algorithms concentrate on the methodology in the literature, and little attention has been paid to the objective function formulation, leading to a theoretical void in this area of research. In this work, we present a robust adaptive Arithmetic Optimization Algorithm based on the adaptive damping Berndt-hall-hall-Hausman (RaAOAAdBHHH) approach to efficacity determine the parameters of the single, double, and three diode PV model. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed RaAOAAdBHHH approach successfully minimizes error to zero with rapid convergence, as determined by different statistical criteria and compared to experimental data.
- Arithmetic optimization algorithm
- Berndt-Hall-Hall-Hausman algorithm
- Parameter extraction
- Photovoltaic cell