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The capacitive-coupling grid-connected inverter (CGCI) is coupled to the point of common coupling via a second-order LC branch. Its operational voltage is much lower than that of a conventional inductive-coupling grid-connected inverter (IGCI) when it serves as a multifunctional inverter to compensate reactive power and transfer active power simultaneously.(More)
The LC hybrid active power filter (LC-HAPF) is able to compensate reactive power and harmonics with operating voltage lower than the grid voltage. The quasi proportional-resonant (PR) controller could reduce the current tracking error by increasing the open loop gain at the selected frequency. Multiple PR controllers have been adopted for improving harmonic(More)
In order to utilize the energy from the renewable energy sources, power conversion system is necessary, in which the voltage source inverter (VSI) is usually the last stage for injecting power to the grid. It is an economical solution to add the function of power quality conditioning to the grid-connected VSI in the low-voltage distribution system. Two(More)
A new idea of using DC-DC modulation AC/AC technique instead of a transformer to link Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) to the transmission line is proposed in this paper. Dynamic voltage restorer is used as series compensation to mitigate voltage disturbances. This paper presents a transformerless DVR that can mitigate long duration voltage sags and swells(More)
This paper presents a capacitive-coupling voltage source inverter (VSI) for single-phase grid connected photovoltaic (PV) system, which can achieve active power transfer and reactive power compensation simultaneously. The operation principle of the capacitive-coupling VSI was analyzed and compared with the conventional inductive-coupling VSI. Theoretical(More)
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