Two Predictive Control Techniques for Output Voltage Control and Improvement of the Source Currents in an Indirect Matrix Converter

Rivera M.; Rodriguez J.; Espinoza J.; Olloqui, A.; Wheeler, P.; Zanchetta, P; Baier C.; Muñoz J

Abstract

This paper presents and compares two strategies to generate sinusoidal output voltage waveforms and unitary displacement power factor on the input side using predictive control with an indirect matrix converter. These objectives are accomplished using two different predictive control schemes on the input side: minimization of instantaneous reactive power and imposed input sinusoidal currents. Predictive control calculates the future values of the variables to be controlled in order to choose the switching state that produces the minimum error between the variables and their references. Both methods have been tested and compared in simulation, obtaining sinusoidal output voltage and achieving unitary input displacement factor, with a THD of less than 2% for both the input currents and the output voltages.

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Título según WOS: Two Predictive Control Techniques for Output Voltage Control and Improvement of the Source Currents in an Indirect Matrix Converter
Título según SCOPUS: Two predictive control techniques for output voltage control and improvement of the source currents in an indirect matrix converter
Título de la Revista: 2020 IEEE 29TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS (ISIE)
Editorial: IEEE
Fecha de publicación: 2014
Página de inicio: 1420
Página final: 1426
Idioma: English
DOI:

10.1109/ISIE.2014.6864822

Notas: ISI, SCOPUS