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H ∞ Control of the Neutral Point in Four-Wire Three-Phase DC–AC Converters

Zhong, Q. C., Liang, Jun, Weiss, G., Feng, C. M. and Green, T. C. 2006. H ∞ Control of the Neutral Point in Four-Wire Three-Phase DC–AC Converters. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 53 (5) , pp. 1594-1602. 10.1109/TIE.2006.882014

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Abstract

Inverters used as the interface for a distributed generator in a three-phase four-wire system sometimes operate with a large neutral current because of unbalanced loads and single-phase (possibly nonlinear) loads. Voltage balance within the dc-link of the inverter is important for proper operation of the inverter, and the neutral current is a significant disturbance to this. It is preferable to use fast acting control rather than dissipative balancing or large-valued capacitors. This paper develops a linear model of an actively balanced split dc-link and applies Hinfin control design to provide high-bandwidth robust control. The approach is developed for a conventional two-level inverter, but it remains valid (without change) for a three-level neutral-point clamped inverter. The controller achieves very small deviations of the neutral point (better than 0.5 in 800 V) from the midpoint of the dc source despite the large neutral current (32 ARMS). The controller design is described and verified first in a PSCAD simulation and second in experimental testing of a 30-kW 415-V (line) inverter

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
Uncontrolled Keywords: Capacitors ; Control design ; Image converters ; Inverters ; PSCAD ; Power system control ; Power system simulation ; Robust control ; Testing ; Voltage
ISSN: 0278-0046
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 02:03
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/8215

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