Application of Sigma-Delta Modulation in Multifunction Current Controller for Inverter-Based Distributed GenerationInternational Spanish-Portuguese Conference on Electrical Engineering (11CHILIE) (2009)
There are many consumers in distribution networks, which have rapid changes in the reactive power consumption. These changes can result in considerable variations in the load-side voltage and can effect the operation of other power consumers which are connected to the Point of Common Coupling (PCC). In this paper a current control strategy for Distributed Generation (DG) inverters based on Sigma Delta Modulation (SDM) is proposed. The proposed interface is called Sigma-Delta based Current Controlled Voltage Source Inverter (Σ∆_CC_VSI), which can control the active and reactive power independently and has a fast voltage regulation. The proposed Σ∆_CC_VSI reduces the harmonics amplitude and consequently, ElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI) problems.
- Active and Reactive Power Control,
- Voltage Regulation,
- VSI and Sigma-Delta Modulation
Publication DateJuly 1, 2009
Citation InformationMasoud Davari, Iman Salabeigi, Gevork Gharehpetian, S. Hamid Fathi, et al.. "Application of Sigma-Delta Modulation in Multifunction Current Controller for Inverter-Based Distributed Generation" International Spanish-Portuguese Conference on Electrical Engineering (11CHILIE) (2009)
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