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Zhong, Qing-Chang ,Dr

Control of Power Inverters for Distributed Generation and Renewable Energy

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This book first covers power quality control, including various approaches to improve the power quality as well as conventional PI control, proportional-resonant control, and advanced repetitive control. It then analyzes, in detail, neutral line provision, where one topology and several control strategies are discussed.


Taal / Language : English

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Dedication xv Preface xvii Foreword xix Acknowledgements xxi About the Authors xxiii List of Abbreviations xxvi List of Figures xxxviii List of Tables xl 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Outline of the Book 1 1.2 Basics of Power Processing 4 1.3 Hardware Issues 24 1.4 Wind Power Systems 43 1.5 Solar Power Systems 52 1.6 Smart Grid Integration 54 2 Preliminaries 65 2.1 Power Quality Issues 65 2.2 Repetitive Control 69 2.3 Reference Frames 72 Part One Power Quality Control 81 3 Current H∞ Repetitive Control 83 3.1 System Description 83 3.2 Controller Design 84 3.3 Design Example 88 3.4 Experimental Results 90 3.5 Summary 92 4 Voltage and Current H∞ Repetitive Control 95 4.1 System Description 95 4.2 Modelling of an Inverter 96 4.3 Controller Design 97 4.4 Design Example 102 4.5 Simulation Results 104 4.6 Summary 108 5 Voltage H∞ Repetitive Control with a Frequency-adaptiveMechanism 109 5.1 System Description 109 5.2 Controller Design 110 5.3 Design Example 116 5.4 Experimental Results 117 5.5 Summary 123 6 Cascaded Current-VoltageH∞ Repetitive Control 127 6.1 Operation Modes in Microgrids 127 6.2 Control Scheme 129 6.3 Design of the Voltage Controller 131 6.4 Design of the Current Controller 133 6.5 Design Example 134 6.6 Experimental Results 136 6.7 Summary 145 7 Control of Inverter Output Impedance 149 7.1 Inverters with Inductive Output Impedances (L-inverters) 149 7.2 Inverters with Resistive Output Impedances (R-inverters) 150 7.3 Inverters with Capacitive Output Impedances (C-inverters) 152 7.4 Design of C-inverters to Improve the Voltage THD 153 7.5 Simulation Results for R-, L- and C-inverters 156 7.6 Experimental Results for R-, L- and C-inverters 158 7.7 Impact of the Filter Capacitor 161 7.8 Summary 162 8 Bypass of Harmonic Current Components 163 8.1 Controller Design 163 8.2 Physical Interpretation of the Controller 165 8.3 Stability Analysis 167 8.4 Experimental Results 169 8.5 Summary 169 9 Power Quality Issues in Traction Power Systems 171 9.1 Introduction 171 9.2 Description of the Topology 174 9.3 Compensation of Negative-sequence Currents, Reactive Power and Harmonic Currents 174 9.4 Special Case: cose = 1 178 9.5 Simulation Results 180 9.6 Summary 182 Part Two Neutral Line Provision 185 10 Topology of a Neutral Leg 187 10.1 Introduction 187 10.2 Split DC Link 188 10.3 Conventional Neutral Leg 189 10.4 Independently-controlledNeutral Leg 190 10.5 Summary 190 11 Classical Control of a Neutral Leg 193 11.1 Mathematical Modelling 193 11.2 Controller Design 195 11.3 Performance Evaluation 198 11.4 Selection of the Components 200 11.5 Simulation Results 201 11.6 Summary 204 12 H∞ Voltage–Current Control of a Neutral Leg 205 12.1 Mathematical Modelling 205 12.2 Controller Design 207 12.3 Selection of Weighting Functions 211 12.4 Design Example 212 12.5 Simulation Results 213 12.6 Summary 214 13 Parallel PI Voltage–H∞ Current Control of a Neutral Leg 215 13.1 Description of the Neutral Leg 215 13.2 Design of an H∞ Current Controller 217 13.3 Addition of a Voltage Control Loop 221 13.4 Experimental Results 223 13.5 Summary 226 14 Applications in Single-phase to Three-phase Conversion 229 14.1 Introduction 229 14.2 The Topology under Consideration 231 14.3 Basic Analysis 233 14.4 Controller Design 235 14.5 Simulation Results 240 14.6 Summary 242 Part Three Power Flow Control 245 15 Current Proportional–Integral Control 247 15.1 Control Structure 247 15.2 Controller Implementation 249 15.3 Experimental Results 250 15.4 Summary 254 16 Current Proportional-Resonant Control 255 16.1 Proportional-Resonant Controller 255 16.2 Control Structure 256 16.3 Controller Design 257 16.4 Experimental Results 259 16.5 Summary 262 17 Current Deadbeat Predictive Control 265 17.1 Control Structure 265 17.2 Controller Design 265 17.3 Experimental Results 267 17.4 Summary 271 18 Synchronverters: Grid-friendly Inverters that Mimic Synchronous Generators 273 18.1 Mathematical Model of Synchronous Generators 274 18.2 Implementation of a Synchronverter 277 18.3 Operation of a Synchronverter 279 18.4 Simulation Results 282 18.5 Experimental Results 285 18.6 Summary 290 19 Parallel Operation of Inverters 293 19.1 Introduction 293 19.2 Problem Description 295 19.3 Power Delivered to a Voltage Source 295 19.4 Conventional Droop Control 297 19.5 Inherent Limitations of Conventional Droop Control 299 19.6 Robust Droop Control of R-inverters 304 19.7 Robust Droop Control of C-inverters 311 19.8 Robust Droop Control of L-inverters 318 19.9 Summary 327 20 Robust Droop Control with Improved Voltage Quality 329 20.1 Control Strategy 329 20.2 Experimental Results 331 20.3 Summary 340 21 Harmonic Droop Controller to Improve Voltage Quality 341 21.1 Model of an Inverter System 341 21.2 Power Delivered to a Current Source 343 21.3 Reduction of Harmonics in the Output Voltage 344 21.4 Simulation Results 347 21.5 Experimental Results 349 21.6 Summary 351 Part Four Synchronisation 353 22 Conventional Synchronisation Techniques 355 22.1 Introduction 355 22.2 Zero-crossing Method 356 22.3 Basic Phase-Locked Loops (PLL) 357 22.4 PLL in the Synchronously Rotating Reference Frame (SRF-PLL) 358 22.5 Second-Order Generalised Integrator-based PLL (SOGI-PLL) 360 22.6 Sinusoidal Tracking Algorithm (STA) 361 22.7 Simulation Results with SOGI-PLL and STA 363 22.8 Experimental Results with SOGI-PLL and STA 365 22.9 Summary 369 23 Sinusoid-Locked Loops 373 23.1 Single-phase SynchronousMachine (SSM) Connected to the Grid 373 23.2 Structure of a Sinusoid-Locked Loop (SLL) 374 23.3 Tracking of the Frequency and the Phase 375 23.4 Tracking of the Voltage Amplitude 376 23.5 Tuning of the Parameters 376 23.6 Equivalent Structure 377 23.7 Simulation Results 379 23.8 Experimental Results 382 23.9 Summary 385 References Bibliography 387
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Hardback
438 pagina's
Januari 2013
666 gram
244 x 168 x 15 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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