Synchronization Stability Analysis and Enhancement of Grid-Tied Multi-Converter Systems

@article{He2020SynchronizationSA,
  title={Synchronization Stability Analysis and Enhancement of Grid-Tied Multi-Converter Systems},
  author={Xiuqiang He and Hua Geng},
  journal={2020 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-8}
}
  • Xiuqiang HeH. Geng
  • Published 12 June 2020
  • Engineering
  • 2020 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting
Synchronization instability of grid-tied converters during grid faults is a serious concern. For phase-locked loop (PLL) synchronized converters, synchronization stability during grid faults requires that PLL can resynchronize with the power grid. It is of great significance for meeting grid code specifications such as reactive current support. However, the synchronization in the context of high-impedance weak grid is not always readily achieved. On one hand, the terminal voltage of converters… 

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