Predictive voltage control of direct matrix converter with reduced number of sensors for the renewable energy and microgrid applications

@article{Zhang2017PredictiveVC,
  title={Predictive voltage control of direct matrix converter with reduced number of sensors for the renewable energy and microgrid applications},
  author={J. Andrew Zhang and Lei Li and Zahra Malekjamshidi and David George Dorrell},
  journal={2017 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)},
  year={2017},
  pages={3309-3315}
}
This work proposes and investigates a renewable energy distributed generation system involving a matrix converter with an output filter working as a stable voltage supply. This is especially relevant for the stand-alone operation of a renewable energy microgrid where a stable sinusoidal voltage with prescribed amplitude and frequency under various load conditions is the main control objective. A controllable input power factor is preferred. In this paper, the model predictive control is… CONTINUE READING

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