Active and reactive current decoupled control strategy applied to a single-phase BTB converter

Abstract

This paper presents a comparison of two control strategies applied to a Single-Phase Back to Back converter. Both techniques use two loops: one inner current loop and an outer voltage loop. The first control strategy is based on a classical PI control. The second one uses a control scheme to decouple the active and reactive component of the input current, obtaining a better steady state and dynamic response of the system. The performance is verified with simulation and experimental results.

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@article{Rosas2009ActiveAR, title={Active and reactive current decoupled control strategy applied to a single-phase BTB converter}, author={Emanuel Rosas and V{\'i}ctor H. C{\'a}rdenas and Janeth Alcal{\'a} and Canovas de la Nuez}, journal={2009 6th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control (CCE)}, year={2009}, pages={1-6} }