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Inverter Systems

Professor

Dept. of Electrical Engg.

Govt. Engineering College, Thrissur

What is a Grid interactive inverter?

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Why Grid interactive inverter is required ?

60% of Energy consumption is from fossil fuel resulting an

emission of 6.5 billion tons of CO2 into atmosphere –

environment pollution, global warming

Fossil fuel sources like coal, oil etc. are getting depleted

day by day

Distributed generation with renewable sources (solar

cells, wind power etc.) may be a solution to these problems

Since power content of these sources are varying and to

make voltage, frequency etc., acceptable to the present

transmission system Grid interactive inverters are

essential

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Content

Control Schemes of Grid Interactive Inverter Systems

(Literature survey)

Objective

Main Features of Proposed Grid Interactive Inverter

Hysteresis controller

Volt-sec analysis of buck and boost converters

Analysis of minimally switched grid interactive inverter

Derivation of circuit topologies and switching tables for

different power factors

Simulation study and results

Hardware implementation of the scheme

Analysis of experimental results.

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 4

Photovoltaic (PV) Power system

(i) Stand alone

(ii) Hybrid

(iii) Grid connected

TCR 5

Photovoltaic (PV) Power system (cont.)

-Stand alone

Used in remote areas with no access to utility

Battery

AC load

Inverter

PV cell

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Photovoltaic (PV) Power system (cont.)

-Hybrid

- more reliable

TCR 7

Photovoltaic (PV) Power system (cont.)

-Grid connected

or large grid connected system

•Reliability and efficiency of the system can be enhanced

by connecting the sources to AC grid.

TCR 8

Grid interactive inverter –Requirement of real

and reactive power injection

If grid connected inverter injects active power only, the reactive power required

by the load should be supplied by the AC source leading to a poor power factor

at the source side

TCR 9

CONTROL SCHEMES OF GRID INTERACTIVE

INVERTER (Literature survey)

-Instantaneous p-q Theory (Akagi -1984)

(proposed by Barbosa P.G (1998), for real and reactive power injection)

1 1 3 v

v 2 2 2

a

2

v vb

3 1 1 3

vc

2 2 2

1 1 3 i

i 2 2 2

a

2

i ib

3 1 3

p v i v i

1

ic

2 2 2

1

q v i vi i* v v p*

*

i v v q*

1 0

ia* *

* 3 i

(2 / 3)

1

ib 2

2 i*

ic*

1

3

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC, 2 2

TCR 10

Instantaneous p-q Theory (cont.)

1 1 1 1

1 ia 1 va

i 2 2 2 v 2 2 2

i ib v vb

3 0 3 3 i 3 0 3 3 v

2 c c

2 2 2

*

Reactive power =

capacitor voltage is compared with the reference voltage Vref and given

to a PI controller. The PI controller output is the reference real power, p*

to be injected from the PV source to the grid

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Instantaneous p-q Theory (cont.)

Reference currents to hysteresis controller, ia*, ib*, and ic* are generated

using current reference calculation block as given below

1

i*

v v p*

*

*

i

q

v v

1 0

ia* *

* 3 i

(2 / 3)

1

ib 2

2 i* ia* , ib* , ic* are given to hysteresis controller

ic*

1

3 as reference signal

2 2

TCR 12

Schematic diagram of a 3-phase

hysteresis controller

di VL

slope of inductor current

dt L

VL Voltage across inductor

TCR 13

CONTROL SCHEMES OF GRID INTERACTIVE

INVERTER (cont.)

PWM Control Technique

(proposed by Huang S.J and F.S.Pai, (2001) for power flow control

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Grid interactive inverter -

proposed

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Objective

algorithm of grid interactive inverter for bi-

directional real and reactive power control and

harmonic compensation with reduced switching

loss and constant switching frequency.

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Grid interactive inverter –proposed (cont.)

Grid

a

b

c

Lb Lc

La

Ia

DC source Inverter

Ib

Ic

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Main Features of Proposed Grid

Interactive Inverter

In inverter mode of operation , injected current is

in phase to the grid voltage

Power flows from DC source to AC grid

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Main Features of Proposed Grid

Interactive Inverter (cont.)

In rectifier mode of operation , injected current is

180° out of phase with grid voltage

Power flows from AC grid to DC source

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Main Features of Proposed Grid

Interactive Inverter (cont.)

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Main Features of Proposed Grid

Interactive Inverter (cont.)

Only two switches are controlled at high

frequency at any instant of time and hence

switching loss is reduced

Current can be injected at any power factor

be implemented

Simple control circuitry using hysteresis current

control with good dynamic response

TCR 21

Schematic diagram of a 3-phase

hysteresis controller

di VL

slope of inductor current

dt L

VL Voltage across inductor

TCR 22

Hysteresis controller (cont.)

R1 R2

R1

hb Vsat

R1 R2

TCR 23

Reference current, actual current and switching

pulses (ap & an) in hysteresis control scheme (cont.)

TCR 24

Schematic diagram of a 3-phase constant

frequency hysteresis controller

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Switching pulses in constant frequency

hysteresis control scheme

TCR 26

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

the switch is position 1

Buck converter (practical) vL = Vg – v(t) =Vg-V

TCR 27

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

is position 2

VL (t) = - v(t) =-V

TCR 28

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

TCR 29

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

Change of inductor current can be calculated using following equations

diL (t )

vL (t ) L

dt

diL (t )

Vg V L

dt

diL (t ) Vg V

dt L

TCR 30

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

diL (t )

VL (t ) V L

dt

diL (t ) V

dt L

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Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

In in any switching converters under steady state the net change in

inductor current over one switching period must be zero

T

diL (t ) 1 s

vL (t ) L iL (Ts ) vL (t )dt iL (0)

dt L0

Ts

1

iL (Ts ) iL (0) vL (t )dt

L0

In steady state initial and final values of inductor current are equal

TCR 32

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

Thus in steady state the integral of the inductor

voltage must be zero

Ts

1

L v

0

L (t )dt 0 unit = volt-sec or flux linkage

Above equation states that the total area, or volt-seconds, under vL(t)

waveform must be zero

TCR 33

Volt-sec balance

Buck converter

(cont.)

V DVg V DVg

Step down converter

TCR 34

Volt-sec balance

Boost converter

TCR 35

Volt-sec balance

Boost converter

(cont.)

the switch is position 1 the switch is position 2

TCR 36

Volt-sec balance

Boost converter

(cont.)

TCR 37

Volt-sec balance

Boost converter

(cont.)

Appling volt-second applied to the inductor voltage

over one switching period

Vg

V

1 D

V 1

Voltage Conversion ratio =

Vg 1 D

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Analysis of minimally switched grid

interactive inverter

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Analysis of minimally switched grid

interactive inverter (cont.)

Let a = 0, b = 0 and c = E (with respect to –ve DC bus)

Equivalent circuit

TCR 40

Analysis of minimally switched grid

interactive inverter (cont.)

I st loop equation: -VLa+VLc =E–Vc + Va ……………………(1)

VLa 1 0 1 E Vc Va

VLb

=

0 1 1

E Vc Vb

VLc

TCR 41

VLa, VLb , VLc and Eqvt. Circuit for different

switching combinations

Modes a b c VLa VLb VLc Eqvt. circuit

1 0 0 0 -Va -Vb -Vb

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

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Voltage across inductors La (VLa) , Lb (VLb) and Lc

(VLc) during (0 60) grid voltage region when

node „a‟ is held at 0

E 1.634 VLL ,E =350V, Vgrid(rms)=120V

volt – sec

Electrical balance

& Electronics can be realized

Dept. GEC,

TCR 43

Voltage across inductors La (VLa) , Lb (VLb) and Lc

(VLc) during (0 60) grid voltage region when

node „b‟ is held at 0

E =350V, Vgrid(rms)=120V

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 44

Analysis of minimally switched grid

interactive inverter (cont.)

Grid Phase a Phase b Phase c Inference

voltage

region a=E a=0 b=E b=0 c=E c=0

phase & kept at 0

a & c are the

controlled phases

X Inductor voltages are not (+ve and –ve) during the entire (0°-60°)

grid voltage region for different switching combinations (volt-sec balance

equation can not be realized by any switching combination)

Inductor voltages are +ve and –ve during the entire (0°-60°) grid

voltage region for different switching combination (volt-sec balance

equation can be realized by choosing different switching combination)

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 45

Analysis of minimally switched grid interactive

inverter (cont.)

-Inference-

Grid voltage Controlled Uncontrolled

region phases phase

(0°-60°) Phases a & c Phase b and it

is kept at 0

(60°-120°) Phases b & c Phase a and is

kept at E

(120°-180°) Phases a & b Phase c and it is

kept at 0

(180°-240°) Phases a & c Phase b and it

is kept at E

(240°-300°) Phases b & c Phase a and it

is kept at 0

(300°-360°) Phases a & b Phase c and it is

kept at E

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 46

Selection of switch in the controlled

phases

top switch in that leg is controlled

bottom switch in that leg is controlled

TCR 47

Circuit topology for different power

factors

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 48

Buck and boost topology for a p.f. angle

of 600 (lag)

TCR 49

Dual boost topology for a p.f. angle of

1800 (lag)

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

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Switching table for different power

factor angles – 00

(00-600) C - - ON C -

(600-1200) ON - - C - C

(1200-1800) C - C - - ON

(1800-2400) - C ON - - C

(2400-3000) - ON C - C -

(3000-3600) - C - C ON -

through out the voltage region sector

- Switch is OFF Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 51

Switching table for a power factor angle

of 600(lag)

Voltage region Sap San Sbp Sbn Scp Scn

(00-600) - C - ON C -

(600-1200) ON - - C C -

(1200-1800) C - - C - ON

(1800-2400) C - ON - - C

(2400-3000) - ON C - - C

(3000-3600) - C C - ON -

through out the voltage region sector

- Switch is OFF Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 52

Switching table for a power factor angle

of 1800(lag)

(00-600) - C - - - C

(600-1200) - - C - C -

(1200-1800) - C - C - -

(1800-2400) C - - - C -

(2400-3000) - - - C - C

(3000-3600) C - C - - -

- Switch is OFF

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 53

Reactive power compensation

Equivalent circuits during (030) and

(3060) grid voltage region

200

va v vc

b

100

Grid voltage

-100

-200

0 60 120 180 240 300 360

Phase angle in degrees

10

Ic Ia Ib

5

Injected current

-5

-10

0 60 120 180 240 300 360

Phase angle in degrees

TCR 54

Modes of operation of ac/dc converter for

various p.f angles (lag) during (00-600)

region of line cycle

TCR 55

Simulation study

TCR 56

Voltage sector identification

(00-600)

O/P of ZCD

in phase „a‟

(600-1200)

(1200-1800)

O/P of ZCD

in phase „b‟

(1800-2400)

O/P of ZCD

(2400-3000)

in phase „c‟

(3000-3600)

TCR 57

Voltage sector identification (cont.)

O/P of ZCD

phase A

O/P of ZCD

phase C

O/P of ZCD

phase B

T1=A*C

T3=A*B

TCR 58

Grid voltage sectors

TCR 59

Current polarity identification

Ia(ref) xa

xa'

Ib(ref)

xb

xb'

Ic(ref)

xc

xc'

TCR 60

Switching pulses to switches

Sap &San

qap ((T1 T3 T4 T6 ) xa )a p T2 xa

qan ((T1 T3 T4 T6 ) xa' )an T5 xa'

ap & an are from hysteresis controller

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 61

Enabling signals for hysterisis current

control

Enabling signal to +ve current -ve current

T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6

qap

qan

qbp

qbn

qcp

qcn

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 62

Switching pulses to switches

Sbp &Sbn

bp & bn are from hysteresis controller

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 63

Switching pulses to switches

Scp &Scn

qcp ((T1 T2 T4 T5 ) xc )c p T6 xc

qcn ((T1 T2 T4 T5 ) xc' )cn T3 xc'

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 64

Control Schematic for real and reactive

power control

TCR 65

Simulation Results

TCR 66

Grid voltage and injected current for a

power factor angle of 00 (inverter mode)

TCR 67

Grid voltage and injected current for a

power factor angle of 600 (lag)

TCR 68

Grid voltage and injected current for a

power factor angle of 1800 (rectifier mode)

TCR 69

Reactive compensation

TCR 70

Bi-directional power control -an example

Grid voltage 115V (phase)

Injected current 10A (phase)

(lag) (injected) (injected)

0 3450 W 0W

60° 1725 W 2988 W

120 ° -1725 W 2988 W

180° -3450 W 0W

240° -1725 W -2988W

300° 1725 W -2988 W

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 71

Transient response subjected to reversing

of power at 0.035 Sec.

TCR 72

FFT plot of the injected current of phase „a‟ in

inverter mode of operation (a) in conventional

hysteresis control scheme and (b) in proposed

control scheme

TCR 73

Frequency components of the injected current

of phase „a‟ up to 23 rd harmonic

in the proposed scheme (THD=4.7%)

TCR 74

Injected current & grid voltage (with

harmonics – 10% THD)

TCR 75

Switching Loss

TCR 76

Switching signals to the switch Sap during conv.

hysteresis, dual buck, dual boost, and buck & boost

modes of operation

TCR 77

Switching device voltage, current and power

loss for one cycle in the conventional hysteresis

control scheme

TCR 78

Switching device voltage, current and power loss

for one cycle in the proposed switching scheme

TCR 79

Reduction in loss(%) in the proposed control scheme

compared to conventional hysteresis control scheme

control with constant control with constant

frequency frequency

(Injected current in phase

to grid voltage)

Dual Boost 60.8 38.6

(Injected current 180º out

of phase with grid voltage)

(Injected current 60º lag

with grid voltage)

TCR 80

Switching losses for different circuit

topologies

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

Dual buck Dual boost Buck & boost

Conv. Hyst. Control with fixed frequency

Proposed scheme

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 81

Harmonic Compensation

TCR 82

Active Power Filter (APF)

(ii) Series active power filter

(iii) Hybrid active power filter

TCR 83

Shunt active power filter

• used to compensate, current harmonics

reactive power and load current unbalance

• static VAR generator in power system networks for

stabilizing and improving voltage profile

TCR 84

Series active power filter

TCR 85

Hybrid active power filter

Power rating of active power filter can be reduced significantly

TCR 86

Instantaneous p-q theory for extracting

harmonic currents

1 1 3 v

v 2 2 2

a

2

v vb

3 1 1 3

vc

2 2 2

p harmonic real power

q = harmonic reactive power

1 1 3 i

i 2 2 2

a

2

ia* , ib* , ic* are given to hysteresis controller i ib

3 1 1 3

ic

as reference signal 2 2 2

TCR 87

3-Phase diode bridge rectifier

TCR 88

3-PHASE LOAD CURRENT FOR A 3-PHASE

DIODE BRIDGE WITH RESISTOR

TCR 89

Control Schematic for harmonic

compensation

TCR 90

3-phase harmonic current component

extractor

TCR 91

3-PHASE HARMONIC CURRENTS

TCR 92

switching algorithm during (0º-60º) of line cycle

switches uncontrolled

switch

Ia = +ve, Ib = -ve, Ic = +ve Sap & Scp Sbn = ON Dual Buck

Ia = +ve, Ib = +ve, Ic= -ve Sap & Scn Sbn = OFF Buck & Boost

Ia = +ve, Ib = -ve, Ic = -ve

Ia = -ve, Ib = +ve, Ic = +ve

Ia = -ve,Ib = -ve, Ic = +ve

Ia = -ve, Ib = +ve, Ic = -ve

TCR 93

Grid voltage, reference harmonic current and

switching pulses in case of harmonic compensation

for a non-linear load of 3- phase diode bridge with

resistive load

TCR 94

Harmonic compensation considering a non-linear

load of 3-phase diode bridge with resistive load

(45)

TCR 95

FFT plot of the source current (after compensation)

in the frequency range of 0250kHz

TCR 96

Amplitude spectrum of the source current after

compensation (THD=4.8%)

TCR 97

Harmonic compensation considering a non-linear

load of 3-phase diode bridge with R-L load

(45 and 30mH )

TCR 98

Harmonic compensation considering a non-linear

load of 3-phase diode bridge with R-C load

(45 and 1000F )

TCR 99

Hardware Circuits & Results

TCR 100

Block diagram representation for practical

set up of the control scheme

TCR 101

Block diagram of control circuit board

TCR 102

Schematic diagram of grid voltage sector

identifier

TCR 103

Schematic diagram of reference current

polarity identifier

TCR 104

3-phase reference current generator block

diagram

TCR 105

3-Phase reference current generation

TCR 106

Triangular signal generator

TCR 107

Current sensor with signal conditioning

circuit

TCR 108

Hysteresis controller

TCR 109

Dead band generator

TCR 110

Dead band generator (cont.)

TCR 111

3-phase harmonic current component extractor

(cont.)

TCR 112

Grid voltage & injected current of phase-a for

a pf. angle of 0° - Inverter mode of operation

TCR 113

Switching pulses qap, qan,qbp, qbn in inverter mode of

operation, observed in 4 channel CRO

TCR 114

Grid voltage & injected current of phase-a for a

p.f angle of 60

TCR 115

Grid voltage & injected current of phase-a for a

p.f angle of 90- Reactive compensation

TCR 116

Grid voltage & injected current of phase-a for a p.f

angle of 180-Rectifier mode of operation

TCR 117

Switching pulses qap, qan,qbp, qbn in rectifier

mode of operation, observed in 4 channel CRO

TCR 118

Source current(after compensation), injected

harmonic current and non-linear load current for

a load of 3-phase bridge circuit with resistive

load

TCR 119

Switching loss of inverter for different circuit topologies (W)

DC bus voltage = 155V, Grid voltage =80V, Injected

current=5A (r.m.s), Switching frequency =10kHz

Power injected = 700W

Topology scheme with constant with out constant

switching switching frequency

frequency

Dual 26.0 32.2 37.0

boost

buck

Buck & 30.4 35.8 41.2

boost

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 120

CONTROL CIRCUIT SET UP

LINK

CURRENT SENSING INDUCTOR

BOARD

3-PHASE DIODE

BRIDGE

OUTMUX RECTIFIER

CURRENT POLARITY HARMONIC

IDENTIFIER EXTRACTOR

3-PHASE HYSTERESIS

CONTROLLER

3-PHASE REFERENCE

CURRENT GENERATOR

TCR 121

Current sensing board

TCR 122

Experimental set up

TCR 123

DC SourceDC generator driven by 3-phase

induction motor

TCR 124

Grid voltage & injected current of a phase

for inverter mode of operation

TCR 125

Grid voltage & injected current of a

phase for rectifier mode of operation

TCR 126

Grid voltage & injected current of a

phase for a power factor angle of 60°

TCR 127

Application – example

At present the battery life checking in locomotive has been done by

disconnecting battery discharging fully again charging observing

the discharging rate

Using the proposed technique, the charging and discharging of battery

can be performed without disconnecting by interacting with AC grid

TCR 128

Application –example (cont.)

Excess amount of energy can be pumped into AC grid

Shortage of energy on DC side can be met from AC grid

TCR 129

Conclusion

A simple hysteresis control with constant switching frequency to control the bi-

directional power flow between DC source and AC grid.

compensation

Switching losses are reduced because only two switches are controlled at any instant

of time time.

Current injected into grid is in phase to the grid voltage in inverter mode and 180 out

of phase with grid voltage in rectifier mode of operation

compensation

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 130

References

[1] M.Rastogi, N.Mohan, A.A.Edris,”Filtering of harmonic currents and

damping of resonance in power systems with a hybrid-active filter”, Proceedings of

the IEEE APEC‟95, pp.984-989

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Proceedings, Vol.136, No.5, pp.205-211, Sep.1989.

factor-correction controllers based on the general pulse width modulator”, IEEE

Trans. on Power Electronics, Vol.13, N0.3, pp.501-510, May 1998

circuits”, PESC‟89 Record, Vol.2, pp.843-846

TCR 131

References(Contd.)

[6] D.Shmilovitz, D.Czarkowski, Z.Zaber, “A Novel Rectifier/Inverter with Adjustable Power

Factor”, PESC‟99, Vol.1, pp.337-34

[7] A.W.Green, J.T Boys, “ Hysteresis Current-forced three phase voltage sourced reversible

rectifiers”, IEE proceedings Vol.136, May 1998, pp.113-120

[8] P.G. Borbosa, L.G.B.Rolim, E.H.Wantanabe, R.Hanitsch, “ Control Strategy for grid-connected

DC-AC Converters with load power factor correction”, IEE Proc. Gen., Trans., Distri. ,

Vol.145, No.5, Sept 1998, pp 487-491

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Voltage-Source Inverter”, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, Vol.44, No.4, Aug 1997,

pp477-485.

[10] K.M.Smedley; Chengming Qiao, “Three phase Grid Connected Inverter Interface for

Alternative Energy Sources with Unified Constant- frequency Integration Control”, Industry

Applications Conference, 2001, Vol.4, pp2675-2682

[11] K.M.Smedley; Chengming Qiao, “General 3-phase PFC Controller for Rectifiers with parallel

connected Dual Boost Topology”, IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, Vol.17, No.6, Nov.2002,

pp 925-934

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 132

Electrical & Electronics Dept. GEC,

TCR 133

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