HIL Co-Simulation of Finite Set-Model Predictive Control Using FPGA for a Three-Phase VSI System
AbstractThe conversion and control for the utilization of power generated from energy sources can be performed using a power electronic converter system. The voltage source inverter (VSI) is one of the commonly used converter topologies, being controlled by a switching control algorithm for power conversion. Finite set-model predictive control (FS-MPC) is a modern switching control algorithm and has received significant attention due to its predictive nature. In this paper, the implementation of FS-MPC is presented for the load-side current control of a three-phase VSI system using an integrated platform of MATLAB/Simulink and Xilinx system generator (XSG). The XSG provides the functionality of digital design and intuitive implementation of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) controlled systems. The additional functionality of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) co-simulation using FPGA is used for the testing and validation of controller performance. The controller performance is validated through three platforms: MATLAB/Simulink, XSG and HIL co-simulation using ZedBoard Zynq evaluation and development FPGA kit. View Full-Text
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Singh, V.K.; Tripathi, R.N.; Hanamoto, T. HIL Co-Simulation of Finite Set-Model Predictive Control Using FPGA for a Three-Phase VSI System. Energies 2018, 11, 909.
Singh VK, Tripathi RN, Hanamoto T. HIL Co-Simulation of Finite Set-Model Predictive Control Using FPGA for a Three-Phase VSI System. Energies. 2018; 11(4):909.Chicago/Turabian Style
Singh, Vijay K.; Tripathi, Ravi N.; Hanamoto, Tsuyoshi. 2018. "HIL Co-Simulation of Finite Set-Model Predictive Control Using FPGA for a Three-Phase VSI System." Energies 11, no. 4: 909.
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