### Design and Simulation of PV Driven Three Phase Induction Motor

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This Solar pumps have proven to be a cost-effective and dependable method for providing water in situations where water resources are spread over long distances and power lines are few or non-existent. The main objective of this paper is to design and simulate the photovoltaic driven three phase induction motor with increased efficiency by maximum power point tracking and proportional integral controller method. The system consists of three phase induction motor driven pump load supplied from PV generators via a dc–dc step-up converter with MPPT control and a six-step voltage source dc–ac inverter with PI controller. This system provides us the efficient way of controlling the three phase induction motor for irrigation purpose. *Copyright © 2013 Praise Worthy Prize - All rights reserved.*

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