A key issue for power electronic converters is the ability to tackle periodic signals in electrical power processing to precisely and flexibly convert and regulate electrical power.
This book provides complete analysis and synthesis methods for periodic control systems. It covers the control, compensation, and filtering of periodic signals in power electronic power processing and proposes a unified framework for housing periodic control schemes for power converters, providing a general proportional-integral-derivative control solution to periodic signal compensation in extensive engineering applications - a perfect periodic control solution for power electronic conversion. It provides a number of demonstrative practical examples of the application of periodic control to: standalone constant-voltage-constant-frequency (CVCF) singlephase Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) inverters; standalone CVCF singlephase High Frequency Link (HFL) inverters; standalone CVCF three-phase PWM inverters; grid-connected single-phase inverters; grid-connected singlephase "Cycloconverter" type HFL rectifiers; grid-connected three-phase PWM inverters; programmable AC power sources; shunt active power filters; and UPS systems.
Periodic Control of Power Electronic Converters is of key importance for researchers and engineers in the field of power electronic converter systems and their applications, for control specialists exploring new applications of control theory in power electronics, and for advanced university students in these fields.
- Chapter 2: Fundamental periodic control
- Chapter 3: Advanced periodic control for power harmonics mitigation
- Chapter 4: Periodic control of power converters
- Chapter 5: Frequency adaptive periodic control
- Chapter 6: Frequency adaptive periodic control of power converters
- Chapter 7: Continuing developments of periodic control
University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Keliang Zhou is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, where his research is focused on power electronics and electric drives, control theory and applications, renewable energy and distributed generation, and smart grid technologies.Danwei Wang Professor.
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Danwei Wang is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests include health monitoring, fault diagnosis and prognosis for electrical machines, as well as robotics.Yongheng Yang Assistant Professor.
Aalborg University, Denmark.
Yongheng Yang is an Assistant Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark. His research interests include renewable energy systems, power converter design, analysis and control, harmonics identification and mitigation, and reliability in power electronics.Frede Blaabjerg Professor.
Aalborg University, Department of Energy Technology, Denmark.
Frede Blaabjerg is an IEEE Fellow and Professor in power electronics and drives at Aalborg University, Department of Energy Technology, Denmark. His research interests include power electronics, power converters, adjustable speed drives, control theory, process control, power quality, power electronics reliability as well as renewable energy like solar power and wind energy. He has published many journal papers and is among the most 250 cited in Engineering according to Thomson Reuter. He is the recipient of the IEEE William E. Newell Power Electronics award.