A model predictive power control method with longer prediction horizon for distributed power generations

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Conference Proceeding
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2016 14th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision, ICARCV 2016, 2017
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2017-01-31
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© 2016 IEEE. The model predictive control method can be effective for converter control in distributed power generation but requires a large amount of computation, leading to a considerable time delay in the actuation. If the delay is not reflected, the system performance could get worse. This paper presents a two-step (horizon) prediction algorithm of model predictive control technique for grid-tied inverters used in wind turbine systems. The control objectives such as active and reactive power flow and switching loss reduction are reflected in the objective function of the controller. The proposed model predictive control strategy is verified numerically by using MATLAB/Simulink.
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