[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Low-order odd current harmonics arise in practical multiphase drives due to machine and converter nonlinear behavior (e.g., deadtime and flux saturation). If the windings are distributed, some harmonics cause torque ripple, while others produce losses. The latter is aggravated by the small impedance in the no-torque subspaces. Current harmonics can be compensated without steady-state error by proportional-integral controllers in multiple synchronous frames (SFs); however, a heavy computational load is required. In three-phase systems, the computational burden of this multiple SF (MSF) scheme is often avoided by implementing instead resonant controllers (RCs) tuned at the harmonics that are multiples of six in an SF rotating with the fundamental frequency. A similar structure has been proposed for nonlinearities compensation in asymmetrical six-phase machines. This paper extends this multiple RC (MRC) strategy to symmetrical machines of any phase number. The optimum frequencies for the RCs and for the SF in each plane, so that the number of RCs is minimized, are established. Then, the computational load of the resulting generic MRC scheme is assessed and compared with that of the MSF structure. The conditions in which the former is particularly preferable over the latter are identified. Experimental results are provided.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 12/2015; · 6.50 Impact Factor
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Instead of extracting every selected harmonic component, the current reference of selective active power filter (APF) can be also obtained by filtering out the fundamental component from distorted load current for computation efficiency. This type of mixed current reference contains kinds of harmonic components and easily involves noises. In this condition, selective harmonic compensation must be realized by the current controller. With regard that selectivity is the most significant feature of controller, this paper presents specific comparison analysis between two types of resonant controllers: proportional-resonant (PR) controller and vector-resonant (VR) controller. The comparison analysis covers the relations, performances, and stability of both controllers. Analysis results conclude that the poorer selectivity of the PR controller could be relatively improved, but limitations from system stability make the improvement hardly realized. By contrast, the VR controller exhibits excellent selectivity and is more suitable for selective APF with mixed current reference. Experimental results from laboratory prototype validate the reasonability of analysis. And the features of each resonant controller are concluded.
Journal of power electronics 09/2013; 13(5). · 0.75 Impact Factor
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This article reviews the present state and trends in the development of key parts of controlled induction motor drive systems: converter topologies, modulation methods, as well as control and estimation techniques. Two- and multilevel voltage-source converters, current-source converters, and direct converters are described. The main part of all the produced electric energy is used to feed electric motors, and the conversion of electrical power into mechanical power involves motors ranges from less than 1 W up to several dozen megawatts.
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