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Title: An Integrated Trap-LCL Filter With Reduced Current Harmonics for Grid-Connected Converters Under Weak Grid Conditions
Authors: Jingyang Fang;Xiaoqiang Li;Xu Yang;Yi Tang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-frequency current harmonics injected into the point of common coupling, mainly at the switching frequency and its multiples introduced by the modulation of grid-connected converters, should be limited to comply with grid codes. This requirement can be satisfied by using trap filters with LC-traps tuned at the switching frequency and its multiples in replacement of conventional L filters. However, all existing trap filters are subject to certain problems, e.g., sensitivity to grid impedance variation and decreased high-frequency roll-off rate. In view of this, this paper presents a trap-LCL filter with its parallel resonant LC-trap located on the converter side, named as LT-C-L filter. The modeling and analysis presented in this paper show that the LT-C-L filter can be the most promising trap filter due to its advantages such as high roll-off rate, robustness against parametric variations of grid impedance and passive damper, satisfactory harmonic attenuation at the switching frequency, reduction of converter current total-harmonic-distortion, and flexible design of filter components through magnetic integration. A single-phase ac/dc grid-connected converter prototype has been built and tested in the laboratory, and experimental results are presented to verify the superiority of the proposed filter.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/125270
volume: 32
issue: 11
More Information: 8446,
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Title: An Integrated Trap-LCL Filter With Reduced Current Harmonics for Grid-Connected Converters Under Weak Grid Conditions
Authors: Jingyang Fang;Xiaoqiang Li;Xu Yang;Yi Tang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-frequency current harmonics injected into the point of common coupling, mainly at the switching frequency and its multiples introduced by the modulation of grid-connected converters, should be limited to comply with grid codes. This requirement can be satisfied by using trap filters with LC-traps tuned at the switching frequency and its multiples in replacement of conventional L filters. However, all existing trap filters are subject to certain problems, e.g., sensitivity to grid impedance variation and decreased high-frequency roll-off rate. In view of this, this paper presents a trap-LCL filter with its parallel resonant LC-trap located on the converter side, named as LT-C-L filter. The modeling and analysis presented in this paper show that the LT-C-L filter can be the most promising trap filter due to its advantages such as high roll-off rate, robustness against parametric variations of grid impedance and passive damper, satisfactory harmonic attenuation at the switching frequency, reduction of converter current total-harmonic-distortion, and flexible design of filter components through magnetic integration. A single-phase ac/dc grid-connected converter prototype has been built and tested in the laboratory, and experimental results are presented to verify the superiority of the proposed filter.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/125270
volume: 32
issue: 11
More Information: 8446,
8457
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
7812777.pdf1.77 MBAdobe PDF
Title: An Integrated Trap-LCL Filter With Reduced Current Harmonics for Grid-Connected Converters Under Weak Grid Conditions
Authors: Jingyang Fang;Xiaoqiang Li;Xu Yang;Yi Tang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-frequency current harmonics injected into the point of common coupling, mainly at the switching frequency and its multiples introduced by the modulation of grid-connected converters, should be limited to comply with grid codes. This requirement can be satisfied by using trap filters with LC-traps tuned at the switching frequency and its multiples in replacement of conventional L filters. However, all existing trap filters are subject to certain problems, e.g., sensitivity to grid impedance variation and decreased high-frequency roll-off rate. In view of this, this paper presents a trap-LCL filter with its parallel resonant LC-trap located on the converter side, named as LT-C-L filter. The modeling and analysis presented in this paper show that the LT-C-L filter can be the most promising trap filter due to its advantages such as high roll-off rate, robustness against parametric variations of grid impedance and passive damper, satisfactory harmonic attenuation at the switching frequency, reduction of converter current total-harmonic-distortion, and flexible design of filter components through magnetic integration. A single-phase ac/dc grid-connected converter prototype has been built and tested in the laboratory, and experimental results are presented to verify the superiority of the proposed filter.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/125270
volume: 32
issue: 11
More Information: 8446,
8457
Appears in Collections:2017

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7812777.pdf1.77 MBAdobe PDF