MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 173, 20182018 International Conference on Smart Materials, Intelligent Manufacturing and Automation (SMIMA 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Digital Signal and Image Processing|
|Published online||19 June 2018|
Harmonic Coupling Analysis and Suppression Strategy of Grid-connected Photovoltaic Inverter
College of Electric engineering, Xinjiang University, China
2 Engineering Research Center of Education Ministry for Renewable Energy Power Generation and Grid Technology, Xinjiang University, China
For the complex harmonic coupling problem caused by the parallel connection of grid-connected photovoltaic inverters to the grid, the mathematical models of a single three-phase inverter and two three-phase inverters connected in parallel are established in this paper. The transfer function is derived and the resonant characteristics of grid-connected single inverter and parallel grid-connected multi-inverters are analyzed by using Bode diagram. On the basis of the maximum power tracking link, This paper proposes a control strategy which combines the double closed-loop of current by using grid-connected voltage and capacitive current with the proportional feedforward compensation of grid voltage, which maximizes the use of solar energy and has a better harmonic resonance suppression capability at the same time. The effectiveness and correctness of the proposed control strategy are verified by Matlab/Simulink system simulation.
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