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Grid converter control. Marco Liserre [email protected] A glance at the lecture content. Introduction Dc-voltage control Power control Islanding, microgrid, droop control, grid supporting. Introduction. The grid converter can operate as grid-feeding or grid-forming device

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A glance at the lecture content
  • Introduction
  • Dc-voltage control
  • Power control
  • Islanding, microgrid, droop control, grid supporting
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Introduction
  • The grid converter can operate as grid-feeding or grid-forming device
  • Main control tasks
    • manage the dc-link voltage (if there is not a dc/dc converter in charge of it)
    • inject ac power (active/reactive)
  • A third option is the operation as grid-supporting device (voltage, frequency, power quality)
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Introduction
  • Another major difference is that the grid converter could be requested to operate on the grid side as:
    • a controlled current source
    • a controller voltage source

with the LCL-filter both the options can be integrated within a multiloop structure

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Dc voltage control
  • In the grid connected converter a change of the produced power causes transient conditions hence charge or discharge processes of the dc capacitor
  • The increase of the produced power results in voltage overshoot while its decrease results in voltage undershoot
  • So, from the point of view of the dc voltage control, power changes result in voltage variations that should be compensated by charge or discharge processes
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Dc voltage control

Voltage error as a result of power change

  • The dc voltage control is achieved through the control of the power exchanged by the converter with the grid or through the control of a dc/dc converter
    • In the first case the decrease or increase of the dc voltage level is obtained injecting more or less power to the grid respect to that one produced by the WTS
    • In the second case the grid converter does not play a role in the management of the dc-link
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Linear control
  • The control of the dc voltage through the ac current can result in the identification of two loops, an outer dc voltage loop and an internal current loop
  • The internal loop is designed to achieve short settling times
  • On the other hand, the outer loop main goals are optimum regulation and stability thus the voltage loop could be designed to be some what slower
  • Therefore, the internal and the external loops can be considered decoupled
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constant power case

plant

Dc current [A]

generator disturbance

grid disturbance

Linear control: small signal analysis

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Voltage-oriented control
  • The Voltage Oriented Control (VOC) of the grid converter is based on the use of a dq-frame rotating at w speed and oriented such as the d-axis is aligned on the grid voltage vector
  • The reference current d-component i*d is controlled to perform the active power regulation while the reference current q-component i*q is controlled to obtain reactive power regulation
  • Similar results can be achieved in a stationary ab-frame
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Synchronous frame VOC: PQ open loop control
  • active and reactive power feed-forward control
  • Vdc control acts on the power reference
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Synchronous frame VOC: PQ closed loop control
  • active and reactive power PI-based control
  • Vdc control acts on id*
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Stationary frame VOC: PQ open loop control
  • PLL may be avoided but it is used for making the control freq. adaptive
  • active and reactive power feed-forward control
  • Vdc control acts on the power reference
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Stationary frame VOC: PQ closed loop control
  • PLL is still indispensable for reference generation
  • active and reactive power PI-based control
  • Vdc control acts on I
microgrid operation with controlled storage
Microgrid operation with controlled storage
  • Multiloop control for microgrid operation with WT system
  • The management of the dc voltage is in charge of the controlled storage unit ESS
  • A flyweel is used
droop control
Droop control
  • Using short-line model and complex phasors, the analysis below is valid for both single-phase and balanced three-phase systems.
  • At the section A
  • For a mainly inductive line
droop control16
Droop control
  • The angle δ can be controlled regulating the active power P whereas the inverter voltage VA is controllable through the reactive power Q.
  • Control of the frequency dynamically controls the power angle and, thus, the real power flow.
  • Thus by adjusting P and Q independently, frequency and amplitude of the grid voltage are determined
  • However, low voltage distribution lines have a mainly resistive nature.
droop control for grid supporting operation
Droop control for grid supporting operation
  • The droop control is not only used in island application when it is needed to a have a wireless load sharing but also in order to support the grid
  • In this case grid-feeding and grid-forming schemes can be modified accordingly including droop control

grid forming

grid feeding

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Improving grid power quality: voltage dips
  • Voltage dip compensation by means of reactive power injection
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Improving grid power quality: voltage dips

Also low power PV systems can be designed to improve the power quality. They can provide grid voltage support and compensation of harmonic distortion at the point of common coupling (PCC)

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Conclusions
  • AC Power control is performed through voltage and/or current control
  • Grid forming, grid feeding or grid supporting
  • Grid supporting: harmonics, reactive power, dips
  • Droop control for amplitude and frequency control
  • Voltage control can be used for supporting voltage (dips and harmonics)
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Bibliography
  • F. Blaabjerg, R. Teodorescu, M. Liserre, A. V. Timbus, “Overview of Control and Grid Synchronization for Distributed Power Generation Systems” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Ottobre 2006, Vol. 53, No. 5, pagg. 1398-1408.
  • R. Cárdenas, R. Peña, M. Pérez, J. Clare, G. Asher, and F. Vargas, “Vector Control of Front-End Converters for Variable-Speed Wind–Diesel Systems” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, VOL. 53, NO. 4, AUGUST 2006 1127.
  • K. De Brabandere, B. Bolsens, J. Van den Keybus, A. Woyte, J. Driesen and R. Belmans, “A voltage and frequency droop control method for parallel inverters” Proc. of Pesc 2004, Aachen 2004
  • J. M. Guerrero, L. García de Vicuña, J. Matas, M. Castilla, and J. Miret, “ A Wireless Controller to Enhance Dynamic Performance of Parallel Inverters in Distributed Generation Systems” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER ELECTRONICS, VOL. 19, NO. 5, SEPTEMBER 2004, 1205-1213.
  • C. Klumpner, M. Liserre, F. Blaabjerg, “Improved control of an active-front-end adjustable speed drive with a small de-link capacitor under real grid conditions” PESC 04, Vol. 2, 20-25 June 2004, pp. 1156 – 1162.
  • T. Ohnishi, “Three phase PWM converter/inverter by means of instantaneous active and reactive power control”, Proc. of IECON 91, Vol. 2, 1991, pp. 819-824.
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Bibliography
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Part of the material is or was included in the present and/or past editions of the

“Industrial/Ph.D. Course in Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems – in theory and practice”

Speakers: R. Teodorescu, P. Rodriguez, M. Liserre, J. M. Guerrero,

Place: Aalborg University, Denmark

The course is held twice (May and November) every year

Acknowledgment

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