Limitations of Harmonics Control in Power Converters
AbstractIn this paper, we analyze the constraints of harmonics control in power electronic systems. Based on an equivalent circuit of a typical power converter application and its parameters, we have derived an analytical expression for calculating the maximal amplitude of controlled harmonic current. This expression has been successfully verified on an experimental setup, designed around a single-phase grid-connected bidirectional inverter. The pulse width modulated (PWM) driven inverter has been controlled by multiple resonant controllers, each of them providing individual control of a selected harmonic current. By using the derived expression and taking into account the parameters of converter application, power electronics designers could quickly determine the limitations of harmonics control. View Full-Text
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Sušin, D.; Nemec, M.; Ambrožič, V.; Nedeljković, D. Limitations of Harmonics Control in Power Converters. Electronics 2019, 8, 739.
Sušin D, Nemec M, Ambrožič V, Nedeljković D. Limitations of Harmonics Control in Power Converters. Electronics. 2019; 8(7):739.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sušin, Denis; Nemec, Mitja; Ambrožič, Vanja; Nedeljković, David. 2019. "Limitations of Harmonics Control in Power Converters." Electronics 8, no. 7: 739.
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