The one-diode equivalent circuit of photovoltaic (PV) panels is widely utilized both on scientific research and on industrial applications. In particular, the inverse problem regarding the identification of the related model by fitting the experimental data represents a very strong task to face. The high complexity in searching the best parameters to be adopted for the one-diode model, makes this optimization problem a new real benchmark which can be used for testing performances and robustness of the optimization algorithms. In this work, thanks to the existence of different cases of study available in literature, we compare several kinds of optimization procedure by using this new benchmark.
Coco, S., Laudani, A., Lozito, G.m., RIGANTI FULGINEI, F., Salvini, A. (2014). FITTING MEASURED PHOTOVOLTAIC CURRENT-VOLTAGE CURVES: AN EFFECTIVE BENCHMARK FOR THE OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES. In OIPE 2014 -Book of Digest and Program (pp.6-7).