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AUTHORS: Zhihui Yuan,W.H.de Haan,Dalibor Cvoric Jan braham Ferreira

IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics VOL.25,No.10,OCT.2010

**KRUTANT P. KANSARA EEC 693/793 HIGH POWER ELECTRONICS 11/14/13
**

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OUTLINE

Introduction DPFC Principle Analysis of the DPFC DPFC Control Laboratory Results Advantages of DPFC Conclusions

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INTRODUCTION • The FACTS is defined as “a power electronic based system and other static equipment that provide control of one or more ac transmission system parameters to enhance controllability and increase power transfer capability. to allow bidirectional flow of active power between the series o/p terminals of the SSSC and 3 the shunt o/p terminals of the STATCOM. .” • DPFC is the most powerful FACTS device. which can simultaneously control all the parameters of the system: the Line impedance. and the bus voltage. the transmission angle. • The UPFC is the combination of a STATCOM and SSSC which are coupled via a common dc link.

The DPFC can be described as a UPFC with an eliminated common dc link. • The active power exchange between the shunt and series converters. 4 . which is through the dc link in the UPFC. is now through the transmission line at third harmonic frequency.• The DPFC is derived from the unified power flow controller(UPFC). • The converter in series with the line provides the main function of the UPFC by injecting a four-quadrant voltage with controllable magnitude and phase.

1) Eliminate DC Link 2) Distributed Series Converter DPFC CONFIGURATION 5 .DPFC PRINCIPLE • Two approaches are applied to the UPFC to increase the reliability and to reduce the cost.

• The active power resulting from non sinusoidal voltage and current can be expressed as: • where Vi . which makes possible to exchange active power through the ac terminals of the converters.Ii= voltage and current at ith harmonic frequency. • The independency of the active power at different frequencies gives the possibility that a converter without power source can generate active power at one frequency and absorb this power from other frequencies. 6 .1) Eliminate DC Link: • there is a common connection (transmission Line)between the ac terminals of the shunt and the series converters.

• By applying this method to the DPFC. • • The High-pass Filter blocks the fundamental frequency components and allows the harmonic components to pass. thereby providing return path for the harmonic component. 7 . the shunt converter can absorb active power from the grid at the fundamental frequency and inject the current back into the grid at a harmonic frequency. This harmonic current will flow through the transmission line.

8 .The small controller is a single-phase converter attached to transmission lines by a single-turn transformer. • The converters are hanging on the line so that no costly high-voltage isolation is required.2) Distributed Series Converter: • The idea of the D-FACTS is to use a large number of controllers with low rating instead of one large rated controller. • The single-turn transformer uses the transmission line as the secondary winding. inserting controllable impedance into the line directly.

9 . Vse3= Voltage injected by all the DPFC series converters at fundamental frequency and Third harmonic respectively. Vse1.ANALYSIS OF THE DPFC • To simplify the DPFC. Vsh1. • is represented by two series-connected controllable voltage sources. the converters are replaced by two controllable voltage sources in series with impedance. Vsh3= Voltage generated by shunt converters at fundamental frequency and Third harmonic respectively. one at the fundamental frequency and the other at the third-harmonic frequency.

and corresponding transmision angle is θ. reactive power flow of the uncompensated line. • In the PQ-plane.Qr0 ) is a circle with the radius of |V 2|/|X1| around the center defined by coordinates P = 0 and Q =|V 2|/|X1|.Qr0=The active.• The power-flow control capability of the DPFC can be illustrated by the active power Pr and reactive power Qr received at the receiving end. the locus of the power flow without the DPFC compensation f(Pr0 . • Pr0 . 10 .

the required active power is proportional to |Sr||Sr0|sin(ϕr0-ϕr ). therefore.• To ensure the 360◦ rotatable voltage. • Φr0=power angle • The line impedance X1 and the voltage magnitude |Vr| are constant. The reactive power is provided by the series converter locally and the active power is supplied by the shunt converter. This active power requirement is given by. • Relationship between Pse1 & power flow at receiving end .

• The active power requirement varies with the controlled power flow. • Fig.• The positive sign of (ϕr0 − ϕr) means that the DPFC series converters generate active power at the fundamental frequency and vise versa. shows the maximum power requirement of series converters 12 . and the active power requirement has its maximum when the vector Sr − Sr0 is perpendicular to the vector Sr0.

DPFC Control Block Diagram 13 . 1) Central Control 2) Series Control 3) Shunt Control • The shunt and series control are local controllers and are responsible for maintaining their own converters parameters. • The central control takes account of the DPFC functions at the power-system level.DPFC CONTROL • There are three types of controls in DPFC.

1) Central Control: • The central control generates the reference signals for both the shunt and series converters of the DPFC. at the fundamental frequency. • According to the system requirement. 14 . • It is focused on the task. the central control gives corresponding voltage-reference signals for the series converters and reactive current signal for the shunt converter. lowfrequency power oscillation damping. such as power-flow control. and balancing of asymmetrical components.

The third-harmonic current is locked with the bus voltage at the fundamental frequency. • The controller is used to maintain the capacitor dc voltage of its own converter by using the third-harmonic frequency components and to generate series voltage at the fundamental frequency that is prescribed by the central control. 15 .2) Series Control: • Each series converter has its own series control. 3) Shunt Control: • The objective of the shunt control is to inject a constant third harmonic current into the line to provide active power for the series converters.

LABORATERY RESULTS • An experimental setup has been built to verify the principle and control of the DPFC. One shunt converter and six single phase series converters are built and tested in a scaled network. DPFC Experimental Setup 16 .

DPFC Operation In Steady State: Line Current DPFC Operation In Steady State: Series Converter Voltage DPFC Operation In Steady State: Bus Voltage and Current 17 .

ADVANTAGES OF DPFC 1) High Control Capability: • The DPFC can simultaneously control all the parameters of the power system: the line impedance. 18 . the transmission angle. 2) High Reliability: • The redundancy of the series converter gives an improved reliability. Also. and the bus voltage. the shunt and series converters are independent. the power rating of each converter is small and can be easily produced in series production line. In addition. 3) Low Cost: • There is no phase-to-phase voltage isolation required by the series converter. and the failure at one place will not influence the other converters.

and the bus-voltage magnitude. • So. This DPFC concept has been verified by an experimental setup. • The series converter of the DPFC employs the D-FACTS concept. • power is transmitted through the transmission line at the thirdharmonic frequency. the transmission angle.CONCLUSIONS • The DPFC emerges from the UPFC and inherits the control capability of the UPFC which is the simultaneous adjustment of the line impedance. which uses multiple small single-phase converters instead of one large-size converter. Reliability increases at low cost. 19 .

20 . • The laboratory results have been carried out on certain parameters. so we can get knowledge about the actual problems that come across while doing it. so there might be chances of getting undesirable results while we choose different parameters.FUTURE WORK AND CRITICAL ASSESSMENT • This new concept of DPFC should practically be implemented in real world.

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