Adaptive hysteresis current control of active power filters for power quality improvement
In power grids, the active power filter (APF) is an important device for compensation of harmonic pollution and reactive power caused by nonlinear loads. However, the control method has a significant influence on the APF performance in eliminating the distorted currents. Henceforth, this paper explores the control of shunt active power filters based on: 1) instantaneous power control strategy (p-q Theory) for extracting the reference currents for APF, and 2) adaptive hysteresis current control (AHCC) strategy for performance evaluation. Different case studies are carried out such as, balanced/unbalanced source with balanced/unbalanced load, distorted source with balanced load in Matlab®/ SimPowerSystems. Simulation results highlight the effectiveness of the proposed control method.
|Adaptive HCC, Harmonic pollution, p-q Theory, Power quality, Shunt active power filter (APF)|
|2017 IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference, EPEC 2017|
|Organisation||Department of Electronics|
Bouzid, A.E.M. (Allal El Moubarek), Sicard, P. (Pierre), Cheriti, A. (Ahmed), Chaoui, H, & Koumba, P.M. (Paul Makanga). (2018). Adaptive hysteresis current control of active power filters for power quality improvement. In 2017 IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference, EPEC 2017 (pp. 1–8). doi:10.1109/EPEC.2017.8286221