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Title: A Controllably Inductive Filtering Method With Transformer-Integrated Linear Reactor for Power Quality Improvement of Shipboard Power System
Authors: Yong Li;Yanjian Peng;Fang Liu;Denis Sidorov;Daniil Panasetsky;Chonggan Liang;Longfu Luo;Yijia Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper proposes a controllably inductive power filtering (CIPF) method to improve the power quality of a shipboard power system (SPS). The main circuit topology for implementing the CIPF method in the SPS is presented, which contains a rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors, fully tuned branches, and a voltage-source inverter. The characteristic parameters of the rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors are investigated in detail by theoretical analysis. Furthermore, a mathematical model and an equivalent model are established to reveal the mechanism of harmonic suppression and the advantage of damping harmonic resonance of SPS. Moreover, a coordinated control strategy is designed based on the theoretical analysis. Finally, a detailed case study validates the proposed CIPF method and indicates that this method is suitable for SPS, because it can decrease the installed space and effectively prevent harmonic components from flowing into the generator side (power source), thus resulting in suppressing the vibration and noise pollution of the rectifier transformer. Besides, this method can effectively dampen harmonic resonance caused by the varied short-circuit capacity or the harmonic voltage in SPS.
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Title: A Controllably Inductive Filtering Method With Transformer-Integrated Linear Reactor for Power Quality Improvement of Shipboard Power System
Authors: Yong Li;Yanjian Peng;Fang Liu;Denis Sidorov;Daniil Panasetsky;Chonggan Liang;Longfu Luo;Yijia Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper proposes a controllably inductive power filtering (CIPF) method to improve the power quality of a shipboard power system (SPS). The main circuit topology for implementing the CIPF method in the SPS is presented, which contains a rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors, fully tuned branches, and a voltage-source inverter. The characteristic parameters of the rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors are investigated in detail by theoretical analysis. Furthermore, a mathematical model and an equivalent model are established to reveal the mechanism of harmonic suppression and the advantage of damping harmonic resonance of SPS. Moreover, a coordinated control strategy is designed based on the theoretical analysis. Finally, a detailed case study validates the proposed CIPF method and indicates that this method is suitable for SPS, because it can decrease the installed space and effectively prevent harmonic components from flowing into the generator side (power source), thus resulting in suppressing the vibration and noise pollution of the rectifier transformer. Besides, this method can effectively dampen harmonic resonance caused by the varied short-circuit capacity or the harmonic voltage in SPS.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/177088
volume: 32
issue: 4
More Information: 1817,
1827
Appears in Collections:2017

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7487006.pdf1.3 MBAdobe PDF
Title: A Controllably Inductive Filtering Method With Transformer-Integrated Linear Reactor for Power Quality Improvement of Shipboard Power System
Authors: Yong Li;Yanjian Peng;Fang Liu;Denis Sidorov;Daniil Panasetsky;Chonggan Liang;Longfu Luo;Yijia Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper proposes a controllably inductive power filtering (CIPF) method to improve the power quality of a shipboard power system (SPS). The main circuit topology for implementing the CIPF method in the SPS is presented, which contains a rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors, fully tuned branches, and a voltage-source inverter. The characteristic parameters of the rectifier transformer integrated with linear filtering reactors are investigated in detail by theoretical analysis. Furthermore, a mathematical model and an equivalent model are established to reveal the mechanism of harmonic suppression and the advantage of damping harmonic resonance of SPS. Moreover, a coordinated control strategy is designed based on the theoretical analysis. Finally, a detailed case study validates the proposed CIPF method and indicates that this method is suitable for SPS, because it can decrease the installed space and effectively prevent harmonic components from flowing into the generator side (power source), thus resulting in suppressing the vibration and noise pollution of the rectifier transformer. Besides, this method can effectively dampen harmonic resonance caused by the varied short-circuit capacity or the harmonic voltage in SPS.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/177088
volume: 32
issue: 4
More Information: 1817,
1827
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7487006.pdf1.3 MBAdobe PDF