Abstract: Induction motors are generally utilized as a part of industries because of its ease and least maintenance. In the proposed framework induction motor is utilized for solar based water pumping application. As the vitality utilization is increasing day by day, the vitality generated is alone is not able to supply the whole load prerequisite. Among the available renewable vitality sources, solar vitality is the leading one. The novelty of this paper is the introduction of three phase four switch inverter for reducing the cost and improving the efficiency Utilization of batteries increases the cost and also the life of battery is particularly less when compared to the PV panel. Two Inductor Boost Converter (TIBC) is utilized here to drive the induction motor. TIBC is utilized because it have a high change ratio so the need of transformer turns ratio can be decreased also it contains small number of segments, effortlessness, high productivity, easy transformer transition balance and shared opinion gate driving for both switches suits it for the application. The converter is intended to drive a three-phase induction motor specifically from PV vitality. For tracking maximum available solar power, maximum power point tracking hill climb algorithm is utilized. The utilization of a three-phase induction motor displays a better answer for the commercial dc motor water pumping framework. The advancement is situated to achieve a more effective, reliable, sans maintenance, and cheaper arrangement than the standard ones that utilization dc motors or low-voltage synchronous motors. Since the framework is of minimal effort, it is affordable by the farmers for utilizing it in irrigation reason. It can be executed in any isolated areas since solar vitality is available everywhere. Water is an indispensable factor in day today life. Pumping is required for each commercial working for its smooth working. The proposed framework does not requires any additional power necessity and require less space for installation. So it can be easily executed anywhere required.
Keywords: Induction motor, photovoltaic (PV) power systems, two-inductor boost converter.