Comparison of different repetitive control architectures: synthesis and comparison. Application to VSI Converters
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Repetitive control is one of the most used control approaches to deal with periodic references/disturbances. It owes its properties to the inclusion of an internal model in the controller that corresponds to a periodic signal generator. However, there exist many different ways to include this internal model. This work presents a description of the different schemes by means of which repetitive control can be implemented. A complete analytic analysis and comparison is performed together with controller synthesis guidance. The voltage source inverter controller experimental results are included to illustrative conceptual developments
CitationRamos, G.A.; Costa-Castelló, R. Comparison of different repetitive control architectures: synthesis and comparison. Application to VSI Converters. "Electronics", 1 Desembre 2018, vol. 7, núm. 12, p. 7120446-1-7120446-19.