Also Available Domains Microgrids
The main objective of this project is to reduce power quality issues by integrating single phase microgrids and unbalanced loads to three phase MGs.
In this project, the nonlinear control of a single-phase half-bridge interleaved buck shunt active power filter (HBIB-SAPF) with a nonlinear load is implemented. The control objective for the system is twofold: performing power factor correction by compensating for harmonics and reactive current consumed by the nonlinear load from one hand and tightly regulating the HBIB converter DC capacitor voltage. Both objectives are accomplished using a two-loop nonlinear controller. The inner loop acts on the switching devices so that the active filter current tracks its reference with the aim of ensuring a unity power factor. This loop is tackled using backstepping technique and Lyapunov approach. The outer loop is responsible for regulating the DC capacitor voltage to its desired value, using a PI controller with a pre-filter. The stability analysis of the closed-loop system is formally performed by using the averaging theory. The simulation results can be evaluated by using Matlab/Simulink Software.
Keywords: — Non-linear control design, interleaved buck converter, shunt active power filter, Lyapunov stability analysis, averaging theory.
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Operating System : Windows 7/8/10
Application Software : Matlab/Simulink
RAM : 8 GB
Processor : I3 / I5(Mostly prefer)