Dynamic average modeling of a bidirectional solid state transformer for feasibility studies and real-time implementation
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Detailed switching models of power electronics devices often lead to long computing times, limiting the size of the system to be simulated. This drawback is especially important when the goal is to implement the model in a real-time simulation platform. An alternative is to use dynamic average models (DAM) for analyzing the dynamic behavior of power electronic devices. This paper presents the development of a DAM for a bidirectional solid-state transformer and its implementation in a real-time simulation platform. Several case studies have been carried out in order to evaluate the behavior of the model under different operating conditions, check its feasibility for power quality improvements and explore the implementation in a real-time simulation platform. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
CitationMartinez, J. [et al.]. Dynamic average modeling of a bidirectional solid state transformer for feasibility studies and real-time implementation. "Electric power systems research", 01 Desembre 2014, vol. 117, p. 143-153.