Control scheme for negative-sequence voltage compensation and current sharing in inverter-based grid-connected microgrids
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This paper presents a control scheme that simultaneously solves the problems of negative-sequence voltage compensation and negative-sequence current sharing in grid-connected microgrids using grid-feeding inverters. State-of-the-art schemes have previously solved these problems with low-performance control solutions or, alternatively, with high-performance solutions but paying the cost of high control-data traffic in the communication network. The proposed control scheme improves the performance of previous schemes for grid-feeding inverters with the following characteristics: 1) negative-sequence voltage compensation at any point of the microgrid, 2) accurate negativesequence current sharing, and 3) low control-data traffic. In terms of implementation, two key points of the proposed control scheme are: the voltage compensation is based on a band-pass filter with complex coefficients and the current sharing is reached only with local current measurements. In the theoretical analysis, the system model is based on transfer functions with complex coefficients. This fact facilitates the control design due to 1) the system model is linear in this complex domain and 2) the multiple-input singleoutput model can be represented as a single-input single-output model for voltage compensation. The characteristics of the proposed control are validated by means of experimental results measured in a laboratory microgrid.
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CitationCastilla, M. [et al.]. Control scheme for negative-sequence voltage compensation and current sharing in inverter-based grid-connected microgrids. "IEEE transactions on power electronics", 6 Gener 2022, vol. 37, núm. 6, p. 6556-6567.
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