Advanced multi-functional model predictive control for three-phase AC/DC converters

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Conference Proceeding
19th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems, ICEMS 2016, 2017
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© 2016 The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. With the conventional model predictive control (MPC) based direct power control of three-phase AC/DC converters, the active and reactive powers can be simultaneously controlled by a single cost function. A change in parameters of either the active or reactive power within the cost function will affect the other, leading to poor dynamic performance of transient response. Besides, the steady state performance of the conventional MPC is affected by one-step-delay of digital implementation. This paper proposes an advanced multi-functional MPC of three-phase full-bridge AC/DC converter for high power applications. It has multiple functions such as one-step-delay compensation, power ripple reduction, switching frequency reduction, and dynamic mutual influence elimination. Using the proposed modified cost function, both the steady state and dynamic performances of the converter can be improved. Finally, the simulation results are reported to validate the advancement of the proposed control strategy in comparison with other control methods.
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