LOGIN TO YOUR ACCOUNT

Username
Password
Remember Me
Or use your Academic/Social account:

CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Or use your Academic/Social account:

Congratulations!

You have just completed your registration at OpenAire.

Before you can login to the site, you will need to activate your account. An e-mail will be sent to you with the proper instructions.

Important!

Please note that this site is currently undergoing Beta testing.
Any new content you create is not guaranteed to be present to the final version of the site upon release.

Thank you for your patience,
OpenAire Dev Team.

Close This Message

CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Name:
Username:
Password:
Verify Password:
E-mail:
Verify E-mail:
*All Fields Are Required.
Please Verify You Are Human:
fbtwitterlinkedinvimeoflicker grey 14rssslideshare1
Brandão, Danilo I.; Parades, Helmo K.M.; Costabeber, Alessando; Marafão, Fernando P. (2016)
Publisher: IET
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
This study proposes a flexible active power filter (APF) controller operating selectively to satisfy a set of desired load performance indices defined at the source side. The definition of such indices, and of the corresponding current references, is based on the orthogonal instantaneous current decomposition and conformity factors provided by the conservative power theory. This flexible approach can be applied to single- or three-phase APFs or other grid-tied converters, as those interfacing distributed generators in smart grids. The current controller is based on a modified hybrid P-type iterative learning controller which has shown good steady-state and dynamic performances. To validate the proposed approach, a three-phase four-wire APF connected to a non-linear and unbalanced load has been considered. Experimental results have been generated under ideal and non-ideal voltage sources, showing the effectiveness of the proposed flexible compensation scheme, even for weak grid scenarios.
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

    • [1] Singh, B., Al-Haddad, K., Chandra, A.: 'A review of active filters for power quality improvement', IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, 1999, 46, (6), pp 960-971.
    • [2] Peng, F. Z.: 'Harmonic sources and filtering approaches', IEEE Industry Applications Magazine, 2001, 7, (4), pp 18-25.
    • [3] Li Zhang, Waite, M. J., Chong, B.: 'Three-phase four-leg flying-capacitor multi level inverter-based active power filter for unbalanced current operation', IET Power Electronics, 2013, 6, (1), pp 153-163.
    • [4] Thomas, T., Haddad, K., Joos, G., Jaafari, A.: 'Design and performance of active power filters', IEEE Industry Applications Magazine, 1998, 4, (5), pp 38-46.
    • [5] Khadem, S. K., Basu, M., Conlon, M. F.: 'Harmonic power compensation capacity of shunt active power filter and its relationship with design parameters', IET Power Electronics, 2014, 7, (2), pp 418-430.
    • [6] Mattavelli, P., Marafão, F. P.: 'Repetitive-based control for selective harmonic compensation in active power filters', IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, 2004, 51, (5), pp 1018-1024.
    • [7] Junyi Liu, Zanchetta, P., Degano, M., Lavopa, E.: 'Control design and implementation for high performance shunt active filters in aircraft power grids', IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, 2012, 59, (9), pp 3604-3613.
    • [8] Chauhan, S. K., Shah, M. C., Tiwari, R. R., Tekwani, P. N.: 'Analysis, design and digital implementation of a shunt active power filter with different schemes of reference current generation', IET Power Electronics, 2014, 7, (3), pp 627-639.
    • [9] Montero, M. M., Cadaval, E. R., González, F. B.: 'Comparison of control strategies for shunt active power filters in threephase four wire system', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2007, 22, (1), pp 229-236.
    • [10] Nunez-Zuniga, T. E., Pomilio, J. A.: 'Shunt active power filter synthesizing resistive loads', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2002, 17, (2), pp 273-278.
    • [11] Herrera, S. R., Salmerón, P., Kim, H.: 'Instantaneous reactive power theory applied to active power filter compensation: different approaches, assessment, and experimental results', IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, 2008, 55, (1), pp 184-196.
    • [12] Depenbrock, M., Staudt, V.: 'The FBD-method as tool for compensating total non-active currents', Proc. Int. Conf. Harmonics and Quality of Power, Athens, Greece, Oct 1998, pp 320-324.
    • [13] Akagi, H., Kanazawa, Y., Nabae, A.: 'Instantaneous reactive power compensators comprising switching devices without energy storage components', IEEE Trans. on Industry Application, 1984, 20, (3), pp 625-630.
    • [14] Tenti, P., Paredes, H. K. M., Mattavelli, P.: 'Conservative Power Theory, a framework to approach control and accountability issues in smart microgrids', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2011, 26, (3), pp 664-673.
    • [15] Campanhol, L. B. G., da Silva, S. A. O., Goedtel, A.: 'Application of shunt active power filter for harmonic reduction and reactive power compensation in three-phase four-wire systems', IET Power Electronics, 2014, 7, (11), pp 2825-2836.
    • [16] Ginn, H., Chen, G.: 'Flexible active compensator control for variable compensation objectives', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2008, 23, (6), pp 2931-2941.
    • [17] Ahmadi, D., Jin Wang; 'Online selective harmonic compensation and power generation with distributed energy resources', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2014, 29, (7), pp 3738-3747.
    • [18] Singh, B., Verma, V.: 'Selective compensation of power quality problems through active power filter by current decomposition', IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, 2008, 23, (2), pp 792-799.
    • [19] Chang, G. W.: 'A new approach for optimal shunt active power filter control considering alternative performance indices', IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, 2006, 21, (1), pp 406-413.
    • [20] Biricik, S., Redif, S., Ozerdem, O. C., Khadem, S. K., Basu, M.: 'Real-time control of shunt active power filter under distorted grid voltage and unbalanced load condition using self-tuning filter', IET Power Electronics, 2014, 7, (7), pp 1895- 1905.
    • [21] Rahmani, B., Bina, M. T.: 'Reciprocal effects of the distorted wind turbine source and the shunt active power filter: full compensation of unbalance and harmonics under 'capacitive non-linear load' condition', IET Power Electronics, 2013, 6, (8), pp 1668-1682.
    • [22] Verdelho, P., Marques, G. D.: 'An active power filter and unbalanced current compensator', IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, 1997, 44, (3), pp 321-328.
    • [23] Zhong Chen, Zhihui Wang, Miao Chen: 'Four hundred Hertz shunt active power filter for aircraft power grids', IET Power Electronics, 2014, 7,(2), pp 316-324.
    • [24] Ginn, H. L.: 'Comparison of applicability of power theories to switching compensator control', Przeglad Elektrotechniczny, 2013, 6, pp 1-10.
    • [25] Marafão, F. P., Souza, W. A., Liberado, E. V., da Silva, L. C. P., Paredes, H. K. M.: 'Load analyser using Conservative Power Theory', Przeglad Elektrotechniczny, 2013, 12, pp 1-6.
    • [26] Mortezaei, A., Lute, C., Simões, M. G., Marafão, F. P., Boglia, A.: 'PQ, DQ and CPT control methods for shunt active compensators - A comparative study', Proc. IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, Pittsburgh, USA, Sep 2014, pp 2994-3001.
  • No related research data.
  • No similar publications.

Share - Bookmark

Cite this article