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Title: A Virtual Inertia Control Strategy for DC Microgrids Analogized With Virtual Synchronous Machines
Authors: Wenhua Wu;Yandong Chen;An Luo;Leming Zhou;Xiaoping Zhou;Ling Yang;Yanting Dong;Josep M. Guerrero
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In a dc microgrid (DC-MG), the dc bus voltage is vulnerable to power fluctuation derived from the intermittent distributed energy or local loads variation. In this paper, a virtual inertia control strategy for DC-MG through bidirectional grid-connected converters (BGCs) analogized with virtual synchronous machine (VSM) is proposed to enhance the inertia of the DC-MG, and to restrain the dc bus voltage fluctuation. The small-signal model of the BGC system is established, and the small-signal transfer function between the dc bus voltage and the dc output current of the BGC is deduced. The dynamic characteristic of the dc bus voltage with power fluctuation in the DC-MG is analyzed in detail. As a result, the dc output current of the BGC is equivalent to a disturbance, which affects the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. For this reason, a dc output current feedforward disturbance suppressing method for the BGC is introduced to smooth the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. By analyzing the control system stability, the appropriate virtual inertia control parameters are selected. Finally, simulations and experiments verified the validity of the proposed control strategy.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/122320
volume: 64
issue: 7
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Title: A Virtual Inertia Control Strategy for DC Microgrids Analogized With Virtual Synchronous Machines
Authors: Wenhua Wu;Yandong Chen;An Luo;Leming Zhou;Xiaoping Zhou;Ling Yang;Yanting Dong;Josep M. Guerrero
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In a dc microgrid (DC-MG), the dc bus voltage is vulnerable to power fluctuation derived from the intermittent distributed energy or local loads variation. In this paper, a virtual inertia control strategy for DC-MG through bidirectional grid-connected converters (BGCs) analogized with virtual synchronous machine (VSM) is proposed to enhance the inertia of the DC-MG, and to restrain the dc bus voltage fluctuation. The small-signal model of the BGC system is established, and the small-signal transfer function between the dc bus voltage and the dc output current of the BGC is deduced. The dynamic characteristic of the dc bus voltage with power fluctuation in the DC-MG is analyzed in detail. As a result, the dc output current of the BGC is equivalent to a disturbance, which affects the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. For this reason, a dc output current feedforward disturbance suppressing method for the BGC is introduced to smooth the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. By analyzing the control system stability, the appropriate virtual inertia control parameters are selected. Finally, simulations and experiments verified the validity of the proposed control strategy.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/122320
volume: 64
issue: 7
More Information: 6005,
6016
Appears in Collections:2017

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7801819.pdf1.34 MBAdobe PDF
Title: A Virtual Inertia Control Strategy for DC Microgrids Analogized With Virtual Synchronous Machines
Authors: Wenhua Wu;Yandong Chen;An Luo;Leming Zhou;Xiaoping Zhou;Ling Yang;Yanting Dong;Josep M. Guerrero
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In a dc microgrid (DC-MG), the dc bus voltage is vulnerable to power fluctuation derived from the intermittent distributed energy or local loads variation. In this paper, a virtual inertia control strategy for DC-MG through bidirectional grid-connected converters (BGCs) analogized with virtual synchronous machine (VSM) is proposed to enhance the inertia of the DC-MG, and to restrain the dc bus voltage fluctuation. The small-signal model of the BGC system is established, and the small-signal transfer function between the dc bus voltage and the dc output current of the BGC is deduced. The dynamic characteristic of the dc bus voltage with power fluctuation in the DC-MG is analyzed in detail. As a result, the dc output current of the BGC is equivalent to a disturbance, which affects the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. For this reason, a dc output current feedforward disturbance suppressing method for the BGC is introduced to smooth the dynamic response of the dc bus voltage. By analyzing the control system stability, the appropriate virtual inertia control parameters are selected. Finally, simulations and experiments verified the validity of the proposed control strategy.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/122320
volume: 64
issue: 7
More Information: 6005,
6016
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7801819.pdf1.34 MBAdobe PDF