I have a spreadsheet calculating ideal voltage levels for a MPPT circuit (for a given resistance, inductance, capacitance). The figures are correct.
Given the current source is fixed I've calculated V=IR to produce the voltage levels I should drive the output to.
Questions are:
a. when using a voltage doubler it is right (assume ideal diodes) to half the current so the voltage to be driven to is double?
b. assuming non ideal diodes, is the final voltage [(a)  vDrop] or should the vDrop form part of the MPPT equation?
Given the current source is fixed I've calculated V=IR to produce the voltage levels I should drive the output to.
Questions are:
a. when using a voltage doubler it is right (assume ideal diodes) to half the current so the voltage to be driven to is double?
b. assuming non ideal diodes, is the final voltage [(a)  vDrop] or should the vDrop form part of the MPPT equation?
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