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Title: Harmonic Interaction Analysis in a Grid-Connected Converter Using Harmonic State-Space (HSS) Modeling
Authors: JunBum Kwon;Xiongfei Wang;Frede Blaabjerg;Claus Leth Bak;Vasile-Simion Sularea;Cristian Busca
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: An increasing number of power-electronic-based distributed generation systems and loads generate not only characteristic harmonics but also unexpected harmonics. Several methods, such as impedance-based analysis, which are derived from the conventional average model, are introduced to perform research about the harmonic interaction. However, it is found that the linear-time-invariant-based model analysis makes it difficult to analyze these phenomena because of the time-varying properties of the power-electronic-based systems. This paper investigates a grid-connected converter by using the harmonic state-space (HSS) small-signal model, which is based on a linear time-varying periodically theory. The proposed model can include the switching behavior of the model, where it makes the model possible to analyze how harmonics are transferred into both the ac-side and dc-side circuits. Furthermore, a harmonic matrix of the grid-connected converter is developed to analyze the harmonic interaction at the steady-state behavior. Besides, the frequency-domain results are compared with time-domain simulation results by using the HSS modeling to verify the theoretical analysis. Experimental results are finally discussed to verify the proposed model and study.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/119127
volume: 32
issue: 9
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Title: Harmonic Interaction Analysis in a Grid-Connected Converter Using Harmonic State-Space (HSS) Modeling
Authors: JunBum Kwon;Xiongfei Wang;Frede Blaabjerg;Claus Leth Bak;Vasile-Simion Sularea;Cristian Busca
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: An increasing number of power-electronic-based distributed generation systems and loads generate not only characteristic harmonics but also unexpected harmonics. Several methods, such as impedance-based analysis, which are derived from the conventional average model, are introduced to perform research about the harmonic interaction. However, it is found that the linear-time-invariant-based model analysis makes it difficult to analyze these phenomena because of the time-varying properties of the power-electronic-based systems. This paper investigates a grid-connected converter by using the harmonic state-space (HSS) small-signal model, which is based on a linear time-varying periodically theory. The proposed model can include the switching behavior of the model, where it makes the model possible to analyze how harmonics are transferred into both the ac-side and dc-side circuits. Furthermore, a harmonic matrix of the grid-connected converter is developed to analyze the harmonic interaction at the steady-state behavior. Besides, the frequency-domain results are compared with time-domain simulation results by using the HSS modeling to verify the theoretical analysis. Experimental results are finally discussed to verify the proposed model and study.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/119127
volume: 32
issue: 9
More Information: 6823,
6835
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7786840.pdf986.6 kBAdobe PDF
Title: Harmonic Interaction Analysis in a Grid-Connected Converter Using Harmonic State-Space (HSS) Modeling
Authors: JunBum Kwon;Xiongfei Wang;Frede Blaabjerg;Claus Leth Bak;Vasile-Simion Sularea;Cristian Busca
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: An increasing number of power-electronic-based distributed generation systems and loads generate not only characteristic harmonics but also unexpected harmonics. Several methods, such as impedance-based analysis, which are derived from the conventional average model, are introduced to perform research about the harmonic interaction. However, it is found that the linear-time-invariant-based model analysis makes it difficult to analyze these phenomena because of the time-varying properties of the power-electronic-based systems. This paper investigates a grid-connected converter by using the harmonic state-space (HSS) small-signal model, which is based on a linear time-varying periodically theory. The proposed model can include the switching behavior of the model, where it makes the model possible to analyze how harmonics are transferred into both the ac-side and dc-side circuits. Furthermore, a harmonic matrix of the grid-connected converter is developed to analyze the harmonic interaction at the steady-state behavior. Besides, the frequency-domain results are compared with time-domain simulation results by using the HSS modeling to verify the theoretical analysis. Experimental results are finally discussed to verify the proposed model and study.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/119127
volume: 32
issue: 9
More Information: 6823,
6835
Appears in Collections:2017

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7786840.pdf986.6 kBAdobe PDF