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A New Control Strategy for a Three-Phase PWM Current-Source Rectifier in the Stationary Frame
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2015, pp.994-1005
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2015.15.4.994
 Title & Authors
A New Control Strategy for a Three-Phase PWM Current-Source Rectifier in the Stationary Frame
Guo, Qiang; Liu, Heping; Zhang, Yi;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a novel power control strategy for PWM current-source rectifiers (CSRs) in the stationary frame based on the instantaneous power theory. In the proposed control strategy, a virtual resistance based on the capacitor voltage feedback is used to realize the active damping. In addition, the proportional resonant (PR) controller under the two-phase stationary coordinate is designed to track the ac reference current and to avoid the strong coupling brought about by the coordinate transformation. The limitations on improving steady-state performance of the PR controller is investigated and mitigated using a cascaded lead-lag compensator. In the z-domain, a straightforward procedure is developed to analyze and design the control-loop with the help of MATLAB/SISO software tools. In addition, robustness against parameter variations is analyzed. Finally, simulation and experimental results verify the proposed control scheme and design method.
 Keywords
Active damping;Controller design;Current-source rectifier;Proportional resonant;Pulse-width modulated;Stability;
 Language
English
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