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With the advantages of the conventional PI controller in both relatively impressed results in control and easy choice of parameters, the use of conventional PI controller applied in 3-phase voltage rectifier control systems as well as in other control systems is the optimal choice when computer technology is still underdeveloped. This controller has several drawbacks as relative accuracy of designed parameters, sensitive with changes of parameters, high overshoot, relatively high harmonic current components. The use of PI fractional controller rather than a conventional PI is proposed in this paper. The better result of PI fractional controller control in not only power quality and DC voltage control but also reducing of high-order harmonics and improving power factor of the system proved by simulations and experiments illustrates the significant meaning in both literature and practical application.

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1. Thainguyen University of technology, Thai nguyen, Viet nam

2. School of Automation Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou,china

tranghoanganh2811@gmail.com

controller in both relatively impressed results in control and easy

choice of parameters, the use of conventional PI controller

applied in 3-phase voltage rectifier control systems as well as in

other control systems is the optimal choice when computer

technology is still underdeveloped. This controller has several

drawbacks as relative accuracy of designed parameters, sensitive

with changes of parameters, high overshoot, relatively high

harmonic current components. The use of PI fractional controller

rather than a conventional PI is proposed in this paper. The

better result of PI fractional controller control in not only power

quality and DC voltage control but also reducing of high-order

Fig. 1. Overview the structural diagram of control systems using

harmonics and improving power factor of the system proved by

simulations and experiments illustrates the significant meaning in fractional PI D controller

both literature and practical application. G(s): controlled object

R(s): input signal

KeywordsThree phase PWM rectifier; Control segment; PI;

Fractional order controller; Fractional. Y(s): output signal

Controller PI D will have two parameters can be adjusted as

I. INTRODUCTION , versus traditional PID controller, which increases the

Network survivability refers to the ability of a network to The scope for system control and tilt of the characteristics Logarit

concept of fractional-order was first mentioned over 300 years time this is no longer a 20db / dec anymore but

ago, but due to the difficulty of implementing calculations, it 20 db / dec so when we calculate the parameter selection is

was not until the early 1980s that the support of computer, reasonable to increase the quality control system.

then fractional-order controller is actually started to put into It is worth noting the special cases of the fractional

practical application. Along with the strong development of controllers PI D for =1; =1, the fractional controller turns

science and technology and the breakthrough of computer into PID controller; for =1; =0, the controller becomes

technology in recent years, scientists have proven that the use segmented PI controller; for =0; =1, the controller becomes

of fractional controller has brought enormous benefits for segmented PD controller; for =0; =0, the segment controller

control industries [1] and is widely used in industrial becomes the P controller.

production as well as in daily life activities [26]. It was found From that, it can be concluded that the conventional PID

that when using the fractional controller it gives better control controller is only the special case of the fractional

results, flexible working system and higher reliability

PI D controller, which preservers its generality over

compared to conventional PID because of the two additional conventional controller.

control parameters, which are and [711]. With the desire to

improve the quality of the three-phase PWM rectifier system, a

fractional integral PI controller for the three-phase PWM

A. Fractional Integral Overview

General form of integral splitter PI D shown as expression

(1)

C ( s) K p K I s K D s (1) Fig. 2. Relation between the conventional PID controller and fractional-

order PI D controller

C(s): Fractional- order Controller; K p ; K I ; K D : factors of

B. Dynamic characteristic of factional proportional integral

proportional, integral and derivative values; ,: real number

controller PI

Ki

Transfer function: G ( s) K p (1 ) (2)

s

Frequency characteristic: G ( j ) K p (1 Ki ) (3) Fig. 5. The characteristics of the transient stages of transition of PI for

( j ) varied

Angle factor tg 20 db / dec

From Fig. 5 can be seen, when changing from 0 to 1,

Chose K p Ki 1 , using Matlab/Simulink then obtain smaller the response of factional proportional integral

following fig. 1,2,3 controller as fast as in the extremely low frequency phase

characteristic is steep, at stage low and medium frequencies,

characteristic descending slope, which indicates characteristics

at this stage have a higher stability.

So if the system uses the factional proportional integral

controller may improve responsiveness huh, shortening the

transitional and increase system stability.

C. Factional proportional integral controller

Overview Schematic structure control system uses

factional integrated controller as Fig. 4

proportional integral controller

KI

C ( s) K P (4)

s

For: C(S): factional controller ; G(S): The controller

object; R(s): Signal on the system; Y(s) is the output signal of

Fig. 4. Magnitude and phase frequency characteristics L() of PI for the system; K p , K i : respectively, proportional coefficient

varied

controller ; : is real number.

From Fig. 1 it can be seen the slope of the factional

II. DESIGN FACTIONAL PROPORTIONAL

proportional integral PI controller, ratio tg is smaller than

the slope of the proportional integral PI thus speed stability INTEGRAL PI FOR THE CONTROL SYSTEM USES 3-

and responsiveness of the volume factional proportional PHASE PWM INVERTER

integral PI controller ratio better than proportional integral Structured control system PWM Rectifier voltage

PI ratio. From boundary-phase frequency characteristics () oriented vector (VOV) using the PI controller integral as fig.

(Fig. 4) may also see the stability of the factional proportional 7. Features of the control method is based on power line signal

integral PI ratio higher than normal PI. processing on two coordinate system static coordinate system

and rotating coordinate system d - q. The current value

measured in three-phase system is converted to a static

coordinate system - , then is transformed into the

coordinate system d q.

udc ( s ) K

(11)

P( s) ( RL Cs 1)

Where K s RL (12)

U dcr

The system uses two-loop method including current loop

and voltage loop as a control method, normally when

designing integral control system for two-loops system, many

researchers use solely one controller for these two control

loops. Despite of simple and convenient calculations, this

method reveals drawback that the designed parameters are not

optimal. Hence, a controller designed for each loop

individually is calculated and designed in this paper.

Based on the schematic of the three-phase PWM rectifier

Fig. 7. structural control oriented PWM rectifier voltage oriented vector VOV shown in Figure 7, the two-loop block diagram of the

controller is shown in Figure 9

We chose d axis coincides with the U L vector voltage

U Ld U L and U Lq 0 and we Assume R 0 voltage

equation simplified as Equation (7)

diLd (a) (b)

L U sd LiLd U Ld

dt (5) Fig. 9. voltage loop (a) and current loop (b) of the three-phase PWM rectifier

U sq LiLd 0 system using the vector oriented control of the proportional integral

controller

*

Which set the current amount iq* 0 , the amount set id Where: C(s) is the transfer function of the proportional

is taken from the output of DC voltage regulation. Design integral controller of the voltage loop, B(s) is the transfer

fractional controllers rate for system integration Structural function of the proportional integral controller of the current

diagram of the circuit rectifier 3-phase PWM as shown in Fig. loop, GI (s ) is the transfer function of the current loop.

8.

A. Design the fractional order PI controller for voltage

loop.

We have:

Ki

C (s) K p 1 ) (13)

1 s

K

GC ( s ) (14)

( RL Cs 1)

Fig. 8. Schematic circuit structure 3-phase PWM Rectifier

Since the switching frequency of current loop is

From the diagram in Fig. 6 have relatively high, we consider current loop is the 1st order

system when designing the integral control for voltage loop,

dudc

C idc iL (6) where Ti is time constant.

dt 1

GI ( s ) (15)

idc S a ia Sb ib Sc ic (7) Ti s 1

u GK ( s ) C ( s).GI ( s ).GC ( s ) (16)

iL dc (8)

RL GS ( s ) GI ( s )GC ( s ) (17)

From equation (6) we can determine the active power (17) GK ( s ) C ( s )GS ( s ) (18)

2

dudc udc Defining the parameters of the fractional controller

P Cudc (9)

dt RL K p ; KI ;

Whit Udrc=Udc+Udc we have In fact, there are several methods to determine the

du du parameters of the fractional proportional integral

p Cudcr dc dc (10) PI controller, as technology for computing has not been

dt RL C

really developed. Scholars often use parameter identification

method, with which only one parameter changes while the

others are fixed in order to find the optimal value for changing

parameters, this process continues for the next parameters. Gk ( j ) C ( jc )Gs ( jc ) dB 1 (29)

However, this approach is only suitable for the systems with 1 dB

or two parameters which were determined. While, for the From equation (27) we have:

system having more than 3 parameters, this method gives D (30)

K i1

inaccurate results and waste of time and effort in detecting 1 1

sin D cos )

each parameter of the system. To overcome the disadvantages 2 2

of the traditional method from the structure of the system and

With D tan(tan 1 ( C ) m )

control requirements, an equation including 3 unknown Tc C 2

parameters of the fractional proportional integral PI From equation (28) we have:

controller is constructed in this paper. Then, it was solved to 1

determine these parameters and combined with practical 1 K i K p 1 sin 1

1 1

2 E 0 (31)

2 1 1 1 2

2 K i cos K i1

From Equation (13) we have phase margin of the 2

proportional integral controller as below: Where E Tc

Tc 2 1

C ( j ) K p1 ((1 Ki1 1 cos ) Next we have:

2 (19) 1 1 (32)

1 1 E 2 1 K i12 (2 E 1 cos 1 1 1 sin ) K i1 E 0

jK i1 sin ) 2 2

2 1 1

1 Put F 2 E 1 cos 1 1 1 sin

1

K i1 sin 2 2

Arg[C ( j )] tan 1 2 (20) then:

1

1 K i1 1 cos - F F 2 4 E 2 2

2 Ki (33)

2 E 2

1 1 (21)

| C ( j ) | K p1 ( K i 1 sin ) 2 (1 K i1 1 cos )2 From the equations (30) and (33) the relation between K i and

2 2

From Equations (12) ; (14): (17) we have is created, by taking the intersection of K i1 and i

1

1 Ks (X=0.765; Y=4.65), the values of K i1 and are found

Gs ( j ) u (22) i

1

Ti j 1 R L Cj 1

as K i 4.65 and

1

1 0.765 .

Ti RL C

Arg [Gs ( j )] arctan( ) (23)

2

1 Ti RLC From the equation (29) we also have:

Gs ( j ) (C ) 2 (Tc Cw2 ) 2 (34)

(24) K p1

2 2 2 1 1

R1 / (1 Ti RL C ) (Ti RL C ) ( K i1 sin )2 (1 K i1 cos )2

2 2

From equation (19) we have Put K i 4.65 ; 1 0.765 into (33) we obtained

1

Arg[Gk ( j )] Arg[G fo ( j )Gs ( j )] Arg[G fo ( j )] Arg[Gs ( j )]

(25) K p1 0.85

1

Ki1 sin

2 4.65

tan 1 tan 1 (Tc ) C ( s ) 0.85 (35)

1 2

1 Ki1 cos

2

s 0.765

Gk ( j )

dB

C ( jc )Gs ( jc ) B. Design the proportional integral PI controller for

Ki Ki

current loop

1 2 1 2 12 (26)

1 1

K i1 RL {[ K p

1 1 cos( 2 ) 1] [1 1 sin( 2 )] } / Ki

B( s) K p 2 (36)

2 2 2 1/2 2

[(1 T p RLC ) (T p RL C ) ] s 2

Based on the criteria of maximum amplitude Am and phase K

GF ( s ) (37)

difference m parameters of the system must satisfy the set of ( R sL )

equations (27);(28);(29) [1] In performing the calculations similar to voltage loop, we

Arg[Gk ( j )] Arg[C ( j )Gs ( j )] m (27) obtained parameters for the fractional proportional integral

controller for current loop as: 2 0.82 ; K i2 4 ;

d [ Arg[C ( j )Gs ( j )

0 (28)

d K p2 0.8 ;

c

4 phase power line (CH3) is not really ideal sinusoidal

B ( s ) 0.8 (37) waveform. But the experimental result in Figure 11(b) shows

0.82

s that, DC voltage output (CH1) is stable at 660V; three-phase

C. Experiment results power line (CH3) is an ideal sinusoidal waveform, voltage

(CH2) and phase-a current are in-phase. In Figures 12(a),12(b)

The experiment conducted on the voltage-oriented vector

the harmonic current is small (1.9%), and the power factor is

control of the three-phase PWM rectifier system using the

approximately 1.

conventional IO-PI controller and the fractional proportional

integral FO-PI controller, a comparative experimental data are

as follows: U dc 660V ; u p 220V ; f= 50Hz; R=140;

L=5mH, C=20F.

In the experimental results, due to the proportional gain of

the probe, the current waveform was enlarged by 10 times the

actual value.

(a) (b)

Fig. 13. (a) current and voltage of three-phase PWM in rectifier mode when

load changes using IO- PI controller; (b) Current and voltage of 3-phase

PWM rectifier mode when the load changes

the dominance in the sinusoidal form of the current (CH3)

when using FO-PI controller (Figure 13(b)) could be clearly

noticed in comparison with that in using IO-PI controller

(Figure 13(a)). In addition, when load suddenly changes with

the system using IO-PI controller, the output voltage U dc

Fig. 10. Three-phase inverter experimental platform

(CH1) is slightly reduced, but after 25ms it recovered its

In rectifier mode, the experimental results are obtained as stability value at 660V, phase-a current (CH3) will resume to

shown in figures 11,12: sinusoidal waveform after one cycle, while in the system using

FO-PI controller, the output voltage U dc (CH1) is almost

unchanged and stable at 660V, and phase-a current (CH3)

reverts to the ideal sinusoidal waveform after 1/2 cycle.

(a) (b)

Fig. 11. (a)Voltage and current of three-phase PWM in rectifier mode using

conventional IO-PI controller (b): Voltage and current of the three-phase

PWM rectifier mode (a) (b)

Fig. 14. (a) Current and voltage of three-phase PWM 3 in inverter mode

using IO-PI controller; (b) Current and voltage of 3-phase PWM inverter

mode

14(b) show that when working in inverter mode, phase-a

current (CH3) of the system using FO-PI controller gives

better performance than that of the system using IO-PI

controller, stable working system, small current of harmonic,

(a) (b) power factor is approximately -1.

Fig.11. (a) Steadyelectricmetermeasureddataparameters; (b) Harmonic III. ACKNOWLEDGMENT

analysis of electrical parameters on the meter

This work as supported by the Project of Guangdong

It can be seen from the experimental results in Figure Province No.2015A010106004 2016B090911003; and

11(a) that, DC voltage output (CH1) is stable at 660V; three-

B2161020 the Project of Guangzhou city No. Research, 2015, 124: 110-119. ( in Australia)

201508030040. [9] Pritesh Shah, S D Agashe, Abhaya Pal Singh. Design of

IV. CONCLUSIONS Fractional Order Controller for Undamped Control

System. 2013 Nirma University International Conference

By using the fractional proportional integral PI controller

on Engineering (NUiCONE), 2013, 2013: 1-5. (in India)

instead of the conventional PI controller, the system voltage

and current quality has improved significantly in both rectifier [10] Abdelfatah Charef, Mohamed Assabaa, Samir Ladaci,

and inverter modes, the system becomes stable and reliable. It Jean-Jacques Loiseau. Fractional order adaptive

decreases high-order harmonics and achieves high power controller for stabilised systems via high-gain feedback.

factor (cos=1). This proves the correctness of the above

IET Control Theory and Applications, 2013, 7( 6): 822

analyzed theories, therefore, the use of the fractional

proportional integral controller has a great contribution in both 828 (in England).

theory and practical application of control field. [11] Swati Sondhi, Yogesh V. Hote Fractional order PID

controller for load frequency control. Energy Conversion

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