An adapted control strategy for dynamic voltage restorer to work as series active power filter

Nguyen Xuan Tung, Goro Fujita, Kazuhiro Horikoshi

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Abstract

This paper presents an adapted control strategy based on Instantaneous Power Theory for a conventional dynamic voltage restorer. By employing this control method, the dynamic voltage restorer is inherently able to operate as a series active power filter to block the propagation of harmonic current from the power grid into the important load and vice versa. The advantage of the control algorithm is its ability to extract only harmonic component from supply current even this current is distorted and unbalanced. Numerical simulation results show that this control strategy not only enhances the utilization factor of the existing dynamic voltage restorer but also help the DVR to has a better performance in mitigating harmonics.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2010 International Power Electronics Conference - ECCE Asia -, IPEC 2010
Pages2283-2287
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event2010 International Power Electronics Conference - ECCE Asia -, IPEC 2010 - Sapporo
Duration: 2010 Jun 212010 Jun 24

Other

Other2010 International Power Electronics Conference - ECCE Asia -, IPEC 2010
CitySapporo
Period10/6/2110/6/24

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Keywords

  • Dynamic voltage restorer
  • Harmonics
  • Series active filter
  • Unbalanced load

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Cite this

Tung, N. X., Fujita, G., & Horikoshi, K. (2010). An adapted control strategy for dynamic voltage restorer to work as series active power filter. In 2010 International Power Electronics Conference - ECCE Asia -, IPEC 2010 (pp. 2283-2287). [5543142] https://doi.org/10.1109/IPEC.2010.5543142