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Proportional-Integral-Resonant AC Current ControllerSTOJIC, D. , TARCZEWSKI, T. , KLASNIC, I.
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losed loop systems, control design, current control, induction motors, inverters
current(19), control(17), electronics(15), power(8), industrial(8), induction(8), industry(6), applications(6), motor(5), model(5)
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Date of Publication: 2017-02-28
Volume 17, Issue 1, Year 2017, On page(s): 81 - 88
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2017.01012
Web of Science Accession Number: 000396335900012
SCOPUS ID: 85014140801
In this paper an improved stationary-frame AC current controller based on the proportional-integral-resonant control action (PIR) is proposed. Namely, the novel two-parameter PIR controller is applied in the stationary-frame AC current control, accompanied by the corresponding parameter-tuning procedure. In this way, the proportional-resonant (PR) controller, common in the stationary-frame AC current control, is extended by the integral (I) action in order to enable the AC current DC component tracking, and, also, to enable the DC disturbance compensation, caused by the voltage source inverter (VSI) nonidealities and by nonlinear loads. The proposed controller parameter-tuning procedure is based on the three-phase back-EMF-type load, which corresponds to a wide range of AC power converter applications, such as AC motor drives, uninterruptible power supplies, and active filters. While the PIR controllers commonly have three parameters, the novel controller has two. Also, the provided parameter-tuning procedure needs only one parameter to be tuned in relation to the load and power converter model parameters, since the second controller parameter is directly derived from the required controller bandwidth value. The dynamic performance of the proposed controller is verified by means of simulation and experimental runs.
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