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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2018
Modal Analysis of Resonance and Stable Domain Calculation of Active Damping in Multi-inverter Grid-connected Systems
Jian Wu, Tao Chen, Wanqin Han, Jiaqi Zhao, Binbin Li, and Dianguo Xu
Area Analysis, Modeling and Control
Abstract Interaction among multiple grid-connected inverters has a negative impact on the stable operations and power quality of a power grid. The interrelated influences of inverter inductor?capacitor?inductor filters constitute a high-order power network, and consequently, excite complex resonances at various frequencies. This study first establishes a micro-grid admittance matrix, in which inverters use deadbeat control. Multiple resonances can then be evaluated via modal analysis. For the active damping method applied to deadbeat control, the sampling frequency and the stable domain of the virtual damping ratio are also presented by analyzing system stability in the discrete domain. Simulation and experimental results confirm the efficiency of modal analysis and stable domain calculation in multi-inverter grid-connected systems.
Keyword Active damping,Deadbeat control,Inductor?capacitor?inductor (LCL) filter,Modal analysis,Stability,Parallel inverters,Resonant
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