Accurate Voltage Parameter Estimation for Grid Synchronization in Single-Phase Power Systems

- Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
- Volume 16, Issue 3, 2016, pp.1067-1075
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
- DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2016.16.3.1067

Title & Authors

Accurate Voltage Parameter Estimation for Grid Synchronization in Single-Phase Power Systems

Dai, Zhiyong; Lin, Hui; Tian, Yanjun; Yao, Wenli; Yin, Hang;

Dai, Zhiyong; Lin, Hui; Tian, Yanjun; Yao, Wenli; Yin, Hang;

Abstract

This paper presents an adaptive observer-based approach to estimate voltage parameters, including frequency, amplitude, and phase angle, for single-phase power systems. In contrast to most existing estimation methods of grid voltage parameters, in this study, grid voltage is treated as a dynamic system related to an unknown grid frequency. Based on adaptive observer theory, a full-order adaptive observer is proposed to estimate voltage parameters. A Lyapunov function-based argument is employed to ensure that the proposed estimation method of voltage parameters has zero steady-state error, even when frequency varies or phase angle jumps significantly. Meanwhile, a reduced-order adaptive observer is designed as the simplified version of the proposed full-order observer. Compared with the frequency-adaptive virtual flux estimation, the proposed adaptive observers exhibit better dynamic response to track the actual grid voltage frequency, amplitude, and phase angle. Simulations and experiments have been conducted to validate the effectiveness of the proposed observers.

Keywords

Adaptive observer;Grid synchronization;Voltage parameter estimation;Zero steady-state estimation error;

Language

English

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