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Coordination and Optimization of Grid-Tied Power Converters

From Pulse Width Modulation Perspective

verfasst von: Feng Gao, Prof. Tao Xu

Verlag: Springer Singapore

Buchreihe : Power Systems

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This book investigates the control and optimization of grid-tied power converters, with a special attention attached to pulse width modulation, which determines the size and cost of power converters as well as switching harmonics. Through the methods introduced in this book, multiple grid-tied power converters safely operate and coordinate in a highly efficient and reliable fashion, thereby boosting the operation of modern power grids. To facilitate understanding, the key methods are presented together with their associated algorithms and detailed software codes. In parallel to theoretical treatments, this book further applies the methods into practical scenarios and industrial products, thus enhancing their credibility. The book serves as a guidance for electrical engineers and researchers in the field of power electronics and power systems.

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Frontmatter
Chapter 1. Introduction
Abstract
It is universally accepted that power systems around the world are experiencing a paradigm shift with the involvement of power electronics. In particular, renewable generation systems, battery energy storage systems, and electric vehicle chargers necessitate grid-tied power converters, which gradually become enabling devices in more-electronics power systems, to provide efficient and flexible bidirectional power regulation. This chapter briefly overviews the configurations of renewable generation systems, battery energy storage systems, and DC charging piles, which lay a solid foundation to further explore the coordination and optimization of grid-tied power converters from the perspective of pulse width modulation.
Feng Gao, Tao Xu
Chapter 2. Topologies and Control Schemes of Grid-Tied Power Converters
Abstract
This chapter introduces the topologies, modulation schemes, ac filters and basic control scheme of grid-tied power converters so that the readers can know how grid-tied power converters work.
Feng Gao, Tao Xu
Chapter 3. Coordination Principles of Pulse Width Modulation
Abstract
This chapter begins with the analysis of random phase shift angles of multiple PWM carriers and derives how the random phase shift angles affect the differential mode and common mode switching harmonics. Next, it is clearly pointed out that the coordination of PWM is effective in reducing switching harmonics. On top of that, the coordination principles are presented.
Feng Gao, Tao Xu
Chapter 4. PWM Carrier Synchronization Techniques
Abstract
In this chapter, three kinds of PWM carrier synchronization techniques are presented, which can be classified as centralized mode, master-slave mode and distributed mode. For each mode, the details of commonly used methods are presented and analyzed. After the introduction of specific techniques, these modes are compared and summarized.
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Chapter 5. Open-Loop Optimization Schemes
Abstract
To set the optimized phase shift angles of multiple PWM carriers, many operating parameters should be taken into account. Some parameters, e.g. output filter parameters and rated switching frequency, seldom change during operation, while others, e.g. dc-link voltage, grid impedance, and output power, may change within the limited range. In addition, some parameters, e.g. the number of parallel-connected converters, change randomly. Therefore, building the optimization model according to the control objective and then solving the optimization model to obtain the proper phase shift angles of PWM carriers in the open-loop mode are important. This chapter begins with the basic principles of open-loop operation. Then, the optimization models for single-objective and multi-objectives are built. Finally, the methods for solving these models are presented following with the improved online fast calculation. The selected experimental results verified the performances of open-loop optimization schemes.
Feng Gao, Tao Xu
Chapter 6. Closed-Loop Correction Strategies
Abstract
In order to further improve the adaptivity of PWM coordination, the closed-loop correction strategies are presented in this chapter. It begins with the basic concept and presents the closed-loop correction strategy for multi-input single-output (MISO) systems. Then, the “Min–Max” closed-loop correction strategy for multi-input multi-output (MIMO) systems is elaborated.
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Chapter 7. Analysis and Optimized Design of Grid-Tied Power Converters
Abstract
When using the PWM coordination, grid-tied power converters can be redesigned by considering multiple converters as one single system. This chapter will first analyze the principles of the optimized design method. Secondly, all operating considerations, including the specific GSPWM characteristics, are represented by the constructed general models. Thirdly, to easily evaluate the operational performance, the general models are simplified by analyzing the worst operating conditions so that the operating boundaries can be derived. Finally, taking the minimization of power losses as an exemplified objective, we demonstrate how the key parameters are selected.
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Chapter 8. Practical Demonstration of PWM Coordination and Optimization Methods in Battery Energy Storage Systems
Abstract
After introducing the basic principles and details of PWM coordination and corresponding optimization methods from Chaps. 3 to 7, this chapter presents a practical demonstration of the proposed methodology in battery energy storage systems. The chapter reveals important implementation problems and relevant viable solutions, thereby laying the ground for better operations of multiple parallel-connected grid-tied power converters.
Feng Gao, Tao Xu
Metadaten
Titel
Coordination and Optimization of Grid-Tied Power Converters
verfasst von
Feng Gao
Prof. Tao Xu
Copyright-Jahr
2022
Verlag
Springer Singapore
Electronic ISBN
978-981-16-7446-4
Print ISBN
978-981-16-7445-7
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-7446-4