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An Optimized PI Controller Design for Three Phase PFC Converters Based on Multi-Objective Chaotic Particle Swarm Optimization
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 16, Issue 2,  2016, pp.610-620
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2016.16.2.610
 Title & Authors
An Optimized PI Controller Design for Three Phase PFC Converters Based on Multi-Objective Chaotic Particle Swarm Optimization
Guo, Xin; Ren, Hai-Peng; Liu, Ding;
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 Abstract
The compound active clamp zero voltage soft switching (CACZVS) three-phase power factor correction (PFC) converter has many advantages, such as high efficiency, high power factor, bi-directional energy flow, and soft switching of all the switches. Triple closed-loop PI controllers are used for the three-phase power factor correction converter. The control objectives of the converter include a fast transient response, high accuracy, and unity power factor. There are six parameters of the controllers that need to be tuned in order to obtain multi-objective optimization. However, six of the parameters are mutually dependent for the objectives. This is beyond the scope of the traditional experience based PI parameters tuning method. In this paper, an improved chaotic particle swarm optimization (CPSO) method has been proposed to optimize the controller parameters. In the proposed method, multi-dimensional chaotic sequences generated by spatiotemporal chaos map are used as initial particles to get a better initial distribution and to avoid local minimums. Pareto optimal solutions are also used to avoid the weight selection difficulty of the multi-objectives. Simulation and experiment results show the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed method.
 Keywords
Chaotic particle swarm optimization;Pareto optimal solution;PI parameters;Spatiotemporal chaos map lattice;Three phase PFC converter;
 Language
English
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