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IDA-PB control with integral action of Y-connected modular multilevel converter for fractional frequency transmission application

IDA-PB control with integral action of Y-connected modular multilevel converter for fractional frequency transmission application

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Y-connected modular multilevel converter (Y-MMC) is a new topology of direct AC/AC power conversion, with broad application prospects in fractional-frequency transmission system. This study studies the mathematical model of Y-MMC and builds the port-controlled Hamiltonian model. Since vector control scheme can hardly ensure global stability, the interconnection and damping assignment passivity-based control (IDA-PBC) method is applied for controller design of Y-MMC. Three typical IDA-PBC strategies are then proposed, featuring the asymptotical stability of the desired equilibrium. To eliminate steady-state error, integrators are further added to the IDA-PB controller. Different from the previous research, the proposed method enables the decoupling of different-frequency components and the suppression of frequency leakage. Besides, the reactive power distribution coefficients are introduced to characterise the optimisation allocation of reactive power between arms. Finally, the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed control strategy are verified by both the simulation and experiment results.

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