Model Predictive Control for Single-Phase NPC Converters Based on Optimal Switching Sequences

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Journal Article
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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2016, 63 (12), pp. 7533 - 7541
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2016-12-01
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© 1982-2012 IEEE.In this paper, a model predictive control (MPC) based on optimal switching sequences (OSSs) for a single-phase grid-connected full-bridge neutral-point-clampled (NPC) power converter is presented. The predictive control algorithm is formulated in terms of OSSs, which was originally proposed to govern three-phase power converters. In this paper, the OSS concept is extended to control single-phase power converters. The proposed MPC algorithm belongs to the continuous control set MPC and is able to provide fixed switching frequency while handling system constraints. The proposed algorithm has been experimentally tested in an NPC power converter prototype. Experimental results show the desired fixed switching behavior in the steady-state condition and the intrinsic fast dynamic provided by MPC during transients. Furthermore, the test outcomes demonstrate the robustness of the proposed controller under large system parameter deviations.
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