Steady-state and dynamic performance of front-end diode rectifier loads as predicted by dynamic average-value models
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The detailed switch-level models of front-end diode recti fi er loads can be readily implemented using a number of transient simulation programs, such as PSCAD/EMTDC, and the toolboxes in Matlab/Simulink. To improve the simulation ef fi ciency for the system-level studies, the so-called dynamic ave rage models have been widely used by researchers and en- gineers. Recently, several aver age-value modeling methodologies for the conventional three-phase (six-pulse) front-end recti fi er loads have been discussed, and the dynamic performance of sev- eral developed models has been demonstrated in discontinuous and continuous modes. In this paper, the effects of topological variations of the ac-side fi lters on the system performance are investigated. Also, the steady-st ate and dynamic impedances pre- dicted by the average models under balanced and unbalanced operation are compared. The studies and analyses presented here extend and complement those set forth in the preceding companion publication.
CitationChiniforoosh, S. [et al.]. Steady-state and dynamic performance of front-end diode rectifier loads as predicted by dynamic average-value models. "IEEE transactions on power delivery", Juliol 2013, vol. 28, núm. 3, p. 1533-1541.