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access icon openaccess SWISS rectifier structure sector boundary current distortion suppression based on multi‐step predictive control

Abstract

The SWISS rectifier is a three‐phase BUCK type Power Factor Correction rectifier with the advantages of adjustable output full voltage range, low voltage stress in the back stage devices, and high efficiency. However, because the voltage ripple of the input filter capacitor will cause the input current deviation, the input current of the SWISS rectifier will produce distortion at the sector boundary, which will affect the system performance. To this end, a multi‐stage predictive model method based on the spherical algorithm is presented. By predicting the grid‐side capacitor voltage and the input current state of the rectifier, the harmonic injection network switching tube is controlled in advance to supplement the grid‐side capacitor voltage, so that the grid‐side capacitor voltage approximately tracks the input voltage. Meanwhile, considering the current step that may be generated after the current distortion returns to normal, which leads to the resonance problem with the pre‐stage filter, this problem is incorporated into the value function and damping is optimized according to the feedback value. Finally, a 10‐kW SWISS rectifier on the SIMULINK platform is used to verify the feasibility of the new control method.

Because the voltage ripple of the input filter capacitor will cause the input current deviation, the input current of the SWISS rectifier will produce distortion at the sector boundary, which will affect the system performance. To this end, a multi‐stage predictive model method based on the spherical algorithm is presented.image

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