High Performance Harmonic Isolation By Means of The Single-phase Series Active Filter Employing The Waveform Reconstruction Method
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceeding
This paper proposes the Waveform Reconstruction Method (WRM), which is utilized in the single-phase Series Active Filter's (SAF's) control algorithm, in order to extract the load harmonic voltage component of voltage harmonic type single-phase diode rectifier loads. Employing WRM and the line current sampling delay reduction method (SDRM), a single-phase SAF compensated system provides higher harmonic isolation performance and higher stability margins compared to the system using conventional synchronous reference frame based methods. The analytical, simulation, and experimental studies of a 2.5 kW single-phase SAF compensated system prove the theory.
|Title||Proceedings of the IEEE Energy Conversion and Expo 2009|
|Number of pages||8|
|Conference||IEEE Energy Conversion and Expo 2009 - ECCE 09|
|By||San Jose, California|
|Periode||20-09-09 → 24-09-09|
- Harmonic, Harmonic extraction, Isolation, Power quality, Rectifier, Series active filter
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