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International Journal of Engineering Research in Computer Science and Engineering (IJERCSE)

Monthly Journal for Computer Science and Engineering

Open Access Journal

International Journal of Engineering Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering(IJEREEE)

Monthly Journal for Electrical and Electronic Engineering

ISSN : 2395-2717 (Online)

Modeling and Simulation of Grid Current Controller for Grid Connected Distributed System under Nonlinear loads

Author : Prof.S.S.Hadape 1 Miss Jyotsna R.Wagh 2

Date of Publication :7th December 2015

Abstract: This paper introduces an advanced current control strategy for grid-connected operations of distributed generation (DG), which supports the DG to transfer a sinusoidal current into the utility grid despite the distorted grid voltage and nonlinear local load conditions. The proposed current controller is designed in the synchronous reference frame and composed of a proportional– integral (PI) controller and a repetitive controller (RC). To produce a high-quality grid current, various current control strategies have been introduced, such as hysteresis, predictive, proportional–integral (PI), and proportional-resonant (PR) controllers. Hysteresis control is simple and offers rapid responses; however, it regularly produces high and variable switching frequencies, which results in high current ripples and difficulties in the output filter design Along with grid voltage distortion, the presence of nonlinear loads in the local load of the DG also causes a negative impact on the grid current quality. To overcome the limitations of aforementioned studies, this paper proposes an advanced current control strategy for the grid-connected DG, which makes the grid current sinusoidal by simultaneously eliminating the effect of nonlinear local load and grid voltage distortions. Then, an advanced control strategy is introduced to address those issues. The proposed current controller is designed in the d–q reference frame and is composed of a PI and an RC. One single RC can compensate a large number of harmonic components with a simple delay function. Hence, the control strategy can be greatly simplified. Another advantage of the proposed control method is that it does not demand the local load current measurement and the harmonic analysis of the grid voltage. Therefore, the proposed control method can be easily adopted into the traditional DG control system without the installation of extra hardware. Despite the reduced number of sensors, the performance of the proposed grid current controller is significantly improved compared with that of the traditional PI current controller.

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