Bidirectional power flow control with stability analysis of the matrix converter for microgrid applications
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- International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, 2019, 110 pp. 725 - 736
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© 2019 Elsevier Ltd In this paper, the importance of the matrix converter stabilization in bidirectional power flow control is investigated. A stabilization technique for matrix converters based on a combination of the damping resistor and the input digital filter is proposed. The suggested technique is applied to a direct matrix converter employed as an interface between two power sources as the main grid and a microgrid to realize a stable four-quadrant power flow control process. The control method is based on the voltage oriented control strategy using anti-windup proportional-integral controllers. The stability analysis using the small-signal model of the converter is presented and simulated numerically. The proposed stabilization and bidirectional power flow control methods are validated by experimental tests on a prototype.
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