Modeling and Control of the Distributed Power Converters in a Standalone DC Microgrid
AbstractA standalone DC microgrid integrated with distributed renewable energy sources, energy storage devices and loads is analyzed. To mitigate the interaction among distributed power modules, this paper describes a modeling and control design procedure for the distributed converters. The system configuration and steady-state analysis of the standalone DC microgrid under study are discussed first. The dynamic models of the distributed converters are then developed from two aspects corresponding to their two operating modes, device-regulating mode and bus-regulating mode. Average current mode control and linear compensators are designed accordingly for each operating mode. The stability of the designed system is analyzed at last. The operation and control design of the system are verified by simulation results. View Full-Text
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Lu, X.; Wan, J. Modeling and Control of the Distributed Power Converters in a Standalone DC Microgrid. Energies 2016, 9, 217.
Lu X, Wan J. Modeling and Control of the Distributed Power Converters in a Standalone DC Microgrid. Energies. 2016; 9(3):217.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lu, Xiaodong; Wan, Jiangwen. 2016. "Modeling and Control of the Distributed Power Converters in a Standalone DC Microgrid." Energies 9, no. 3: 217.
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