Resonance damping of LCL filters via input admittance frequency shaping
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This paper presents a novel active damping technique of current-controlled grid-connected power converters through LCL filters. Based on H8 synthesis algorithms, a grid current controller is obtained so that the grid-connected power converted-based application admittance resembles a given frequency reference. By defining a low resistive admittance as the reference, considered application resonance is effectively damped, reducing grid current oscillations under grid voltage variations and avoiding their associated stability problems. Presented grid current controller senses only the PCC grid voltage and current, and is experimentally tested in both time and frequency domains. Additionally, the effectiveness of presented damping method is proved under different grid impedance scenarios.
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CitationPerez, J., Cóbreces, S., Pizarro, D., Rodriguez, F.J., Griño, R. Resonance damping of LCL filters via input admittance frequency shaping. A: IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics. "Proc. of the 2016 International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE 2016)". Santa Clara, CA: IEEE Press, 2016, p. 516-521.