Effects of Interaction of Power Converters Coupled via Power Grid: A Design-Oriented Study

@article{Wan2015EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of Interaction of Power Converters Coupled via Power Grid: A Design-Oriented Study},
  author={Cheng Wan and Meng Huang and C. K. Michael Tse and Xinbo Ruan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={3589-3600}
}
Voltage-source converters are commonly employed as rectifiers for providing a regulated dc voltage from an ac power source. In a typical microdistribution system, the power grid is nonideal and often presents itself as a voltage source with significant impedance. Thus, power converters connected to the grid interact with each other via the nonideal grid. In this paper, we study how stability can be compromised in a system of interacting grid-connected converters, which are used typically as… CONTINUE READING
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