Periodic Control of Power Electronic Converters

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Publication Year: 2016

A key issue for power electronic converters is the ability to tackle periodic signals in electrical power processing to precisely and flexibly convert and regulate electrical power. This book provides complete analysis and synthesis methods for periodic control systems. It covers the control, compensation, and filtering of periodic signals in power electronic power processing and proposes a unified framework for housing periodic control schemes for power converters, providing a general proportional-integral-derivative control solution to periodic signal compensation in extensive engineering applications - a perfect periodic control solution for power electronic conversion. It provides number of demonstrative practical examples of the application of periodic control to: standalone constant-voltage-constant-frequency (CVCF) singlephase Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) inverters; standalone CVCF singlephase High Frequency Link (HFL) inverters; standalone CVCF three-phase PWM inverters; grid-connected single-phase inverters; grid-connected singlephase "Cycloconverter" type HFL rectifiers; grid-connected three-phase PWM inverters; programmable AC power sources; shunt active power filters; and UPS systems. Periodic Control of Power Electronic Converters is of key importance for researchers and engineers in the field of power electronic converter systems and their applications, for control specialists exploring new applications of control theory in power electronics, and for advanced university students in these fields.

Inspec keywords: adaptive control; power convertors; frequency control; harmonics suppression; periodic control

Other keywords: power converter frequency-adaptive periodic control; fundamental periodic control; power harmonics mitigation

Subjects: General electrical engineering topics; Power supply quality and harmonics; Power convertors and power supplies to apparatus; General and management topics; Self-adjusting control systems; Time-varying control systems; Frequency control; Control of other power systems; Optimal control

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