Fast voltage detection method for grid-tied renewable energy generation systems under distorted grid voltage conditions
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- IET Power Electronics, 2017, 10 (12), pp. 1487 - 1493
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© The Institution of Engineering and Technology. A fast voltage detection method to assist with the low-voltage ride-through operation of grid-tied renewable energy generation systems is proposed in this study. It is designed to detect every phase voltage, so that it can be applied in both three-phase and single-phase applications. The whole voltage detection approach consists of two stages, the pre-filtering stage and the voltage detection stage. In the pre-filtering stage, a cascaded delayed signal cancellation (CDSC) module and a low-pass filter are connected in series to filter low-order harmonics and high-frequency noises. For eliminating the low-order harmonics of interest, different types of CDSC methods are studied in detail. Subsequently, a new orthogonal signal generator is built to calculate the voltage amplitude in the voltage detection stage. Finally, the proposed voltage detection method is verified by experimental results.
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