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JPE, Vol. 17, No. 4, July 2017
An Active Damping Scheme Based on a Second Order Resonant Integrator for LCL-Type Grid-Connected Converters
Chen Chen, Jian Xiong, and Kai Zhang
Area Power Quality and Utility Application
Abstract This paper proposes a novel active damping scheme to suppress LCL-filter resonance with only grid-current feedback control in grid-connected voltage-source converters. The idea comes from the concept of the model reference adaptive control (MRAC). A detailed theoretical derivation is given, and the effectiveness of this method is explained based on its physical nature. According to the control structure of this method, the active damping compensator, which is essentially a second order resonant integrator (SORI) filter, provides an effective solution to damp LCL resonance and to eliminate the need for additional sensors. Compared with extra feedback methods, the cost and complexity are reduced. A straightforward tuning procedure for the active damping method has been presented. A stability analysis is illustrated in the discrete domain while considering a one-step delay. Finally, experimental results are presented to validate the analysis and to demonstrate the good performance of the proposed method.
Keyword Grid-connected converter,LCL filter,Model reference adaptive control,Resonance damping
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