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Design and Feedback Performance Analysis of the Inverter-side LC Filters Used in the DVR System (DVR시스템에 사용되는 인버터부의 LC필터 설계와 피드백 성능분석)

  • Park, Jong-Chan;Shon, Jin-Geun
    • The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers P
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    • v.64 no.2
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    • pp.79-84
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    • 2015
  • Voltage sags are considered the dominant disturbances affecting power quality. Dynamic voltage restorers(DVRs) are mainly used to protect sensitive loads from the electrical network voltage disturbances such as sags or swells and could be used to reduce harmonic distortion of ac voltages. The typical DVR topology essentially contains a PWM inverter with LC Filter, an injection transformer connected between the ac voltage line and the sensitive load, and a DC energy storage device. For injecting series voltage, the PWM inverter is used and the passive filter consist of inductor(L) and capacitor(C) for harmonics elimination of the inverter. However there are voltage pulsation responses by the characteristic of the LC passive filter that eliminate the harmonics of the PWM output waveform of the inverter. Therefore, this paper presented design and feedback performance of LC filter used in the DVRs. The voltage control by LC filter should be connected in the line side since this feedback method allows a relatively faster dynamic response, enabling the elimination of voltage notches or spikes in the beginning and in the end of sags and strong load voltage THD reduction. Illustrative examples are also included.

A Class E Power Oscillator for 6.78-MHz Wireless Power Transfer System

  • Yang, Jong-Ryul
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.220-225
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    • 2018
  • A class E power oscillator is demonstrated for 6.78-MHz wireless power transfer system. The oscillator is designed with a class E power amplifier to use an LC feedback network with a high-Q inductor between the input and the output. Multiple capacitors are used to minimize the variation of the oscillation frequency by capacitance tolerance. The gate and drain bias voltages with opposite characteristics to make the frequency shift of the oscillator are connected in a resistance distribution circuit located at the output of the low drop-out regulator and supplied bias voltages for class E operation. The measured output of the class E power oscillator, realized using the co-simulation, shows 9.2 W transmitted power, 6.98 MHz frequency and 86.5% transmission efficiency at the condition with 20 V $V_{DS}$ and 2.4 V $V_{GS}$.