Modified Finite Control Set-Model Predictive Controller (MFCS-MPC) for quasi Z-Source Inverters based on a Current Observer


Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 610-620, May  2017
10.6113/JPE.2019.17.3.610


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 Abstract

The Finite Control Set-Model Predictive Controller (FCS-MPC) for quasi Z-Source Inverters (qZSIs) is designed to reduce the number of sensors by proposing a current observer for the inductor current. Unlike the traditional FCS-MPC algorithm, the proposed model removes the inductor current sensor and observes the inductor current value based on the deposited prior optimized state as well as the capacitor voltage during this state. The proposed observer has been validated versus a typical MPC. Then, a comparative study between the proposed Modified Finite Control Set-Model Predictive Controller (MFCS-MPC) and a linear PID controller is provided under the same operating conditions. This study demonstrates that the dynamic response of the control objectives by MFCS-MPC is faster than that of the PID. On the other hand, the PID controller has a lower Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) when compared to the MFCS-MPC at the same average switching. Experimental results validate both methods using a DSP F28335.


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[IEEE Style]

A. Bakeer, M. A. Ismeil and M. Orabi, "Modified Finite Control Set-Model Predictive Controller (MFCS-MPC) for quasi Z-Source Inverters based on a Current Observer," Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 610-620, 2017. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2019.17.3.610.

[ACM Style]

Abualkasim Bakeer, Mohamed A. Ismeil, and Mohamed Orabi. 2017. Modified Finite Control Set-Model Predictive Controller (MFCS-MPC) for quasi Z-Source Inverters based on a Current Observer. Journal of Power Electronics, 17, 3, (2017), 610-620. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2019.17.3.610.