Control of parallel inverters in distributed AC power systems with consideration of line impedance effect

TitleControl of parallel inverters in distributed AC power systems with consideration of line impedance effect
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsTuladhar, A., H. Jin, T. Unger, and K. Mauch
JournalIndustry Applications, IEEE Transactions on
Volume36
Pagination131 -138
Date Publishedjan.
ISSN0093-9994
Keywordscompensation, control design, control interconnections, control performance, control simulation, control system analysis, control system synthesis, DC-AC power convertors, distributed AC power systems, invertors, line impedance effect, line impedance imbalances compensation, linear load sharing, nonlinear load sharing, parallel inverters control, parameter variations compensation, power supplies to apparatus, power supply system
Abstract

The authors have developed a new control technique which allows paralleled inverters to share linear or nonlinear load in a distributed AC power supply system. This technique does not require control interconnections and automatically compensates for inverter parameter variations and line impedance imbalances. Experimental results are provided in the paper to prove the concept

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/28.821807
DOI10.1109/28.821807

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