Loop-Cancellation Technique: A Novel Nonlinear Feedback to Overcome the Destabilizing Effect of Constant-Power Loads

@article{Rahimi2010LoopCancellationTA,
  title={Loop-Cancellation Technique: A Novel Nonlinear Feedback to Overcome the Destabilizing Effect of Constant-Power Loads},
  author={Amir M. Rahimi and Geoffrey A. Williamson and Ali Emadi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={59},
  pages={650-661}
}
Tightly regulated closed-loop converters are problematic when used as a load since they tend to draw constant power and exhibit negative incremental resistance. This negative resistance causes stability problems for the feeder system, whether it is an input filter or another converter. In multiconverter power electronic systems, which exist in different land, sea, air, and space vehicles, including electric, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fuel-cell vehicles, there are many converters loaded by… CONTINUE READING
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