Active Power and DC Voltage Coordinative Control for Cascaded DC–AC Converter With Bidirectional Power Application
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AbstractTwo stage-cascaded converters are widely used in dc–ac hybrid systems to achieve the bidirectional power transmission. The topology of dual active bridge cascaded with inverter DABCI) is commonly used in this application. This paper proposes a coordinative control method for DABCI and it is able to reduce the dc-link voltage fluctuation between the DAB and inverter, then reduce the stress on the switching devices, as well as improve the system dynamic performance. In the proposed control method, the DAB and inverter are coordinated to control the dc-link voltage and the power, and this responsibility sharing control can effectively suppress the impact of the power variation on the dc-link voltage, without sacrificing stability. The proposed control method is also effective for DABCI in unidirectional power transmission. The effectiveness of the propose control has been validated by both simulations and experiments.
CitationYanjun, T., Zhe, C., Fujin, D., Xiaofeng, S., & Hu, Y. (2015). Active power and DC voltage coordinative control for cascaded DC–AC converter with bidirectional power application. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 30(10), 5911-5925.
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