Phase Reshaping via All-Pass Filters for Robust LCL-Filter Active Damping

WenLi Yao, Yongheng Yang, Yan Xu, Frede Blaabjerg, Shuyong Liu, Gary Wilson

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Active damping is a common way to stabilize the current control of LCL-filtered converters. In this paper, the stable region of −180º-phase-crossing is firstly identified within a predefined range of grid impedance and LCL parameter variations. Once the phase of the current control loop is in the identified region, a stabilization control can be attained. Subsequently, digital filters can be adopted to achieve active damping by reshaping the open-loop phase. Various digital filters are selected and benchmarked in this paper. It is confirmed that the all-pass filter has a unity gain and adjustable lagging phase before the Nyquist frequency, thereby being a promising solution to the phase reshaping. Therefore, the all-pass filter is employed to move the phase of the open-loop control (i.e., −180°-phase crossing) into the targeted region for active damping. Notably, the current controller and the all-pass filter-based active damping can be separately designed, indicating the easy implementation of the active damping. Experimental tests demonstrate that the proposed method can ensure the system stability over a wide range of parameter variations (e.g., grid impedance changes and LCL-filter parameter drifts) while maintaining fast dynamics with the grid-side current control.
TidsskriftI E E E Transactions on Power Electronics
Udgave nummer3
Sider (fra-til)3114-3126
Antal sider13
StatusUdgivet - mar. 2020

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