MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 173, 20182018 International Conference on Smart Materials, Intelligent Manufacturing and Automation (SMIMA 2018)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Automation and Nontraditional Manufacturing|
|Published online||19 June 2018|
A Control Strategy of a Single-phase H6-type Grid-connected Inverter with Low Harmonic Current
Department of Electrical Engineering and information, Southwest Petroleum University, Chengdu Sichuan, China
In order to reduce the total harmonic distortion (THD) of the grid-connected current caused by the high-frequency switching of the inverter, this paper combines the high efficiency single-phase H6-type inverter with LCL filter. The double closed-loop control method that consists of grid-connected current outer loop and capacitor current inner loop is put forward, by which a resonance peak of a low damping LCL filter is eliminated. In the grid-connected current outer loop, quasi proportion resonant (QPR) controller is adopted to overcome the steady-state error and weak anti-jamming capability in traditional PI controller. Finally, a simulation model is built in SIMULINK to verify the research. The simulation results show that, based on the single-phase H6-type inverter and LCL filter, the double closed-loop QPR control strategy can achieve the static error free tracking control of grid-connected current, which makes the system more stable and reduces the THD of grid-connected current effectively.
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