Design and Control of Hybrid Active Power Filters

Design and Control of Hybrid Active Power Filters

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Design and Control of Hybrid Active Power Filters presents an overview of the current quality problems and their compensators. To get a balance between the system cost and performance, hybrid active power filters (HAPFs) are valuable. The book presents the coverage of resonance phenomena prevention capability, filtering performance and system robustness analysis of HAPF; nonlinear inverter current slope characteristics and their linear operation region requirement analysis of the hysteresis PWM for the HAPF; minimum inverter capacity design procedure of HAPF, adaptive dc-link voltage controller for the HAPF and the real design example of a 220V 10kVA HAPF, in which the system performance analysis method, minimum dc voltage deduction concept and adaptive dc voltage idea can be further extended into the other active compensators, such as APF, static synchronous compensator STATCOM, etc. This book will benefit researchers, graduate students, and electrical power engineers in the field of power-quality compensation. Dr. Chi-Seng Lam and Dr. Man-Chung Wong are both from the University of Macau, Macao, China.The Mitsubishi third generation IGBT PM300DSA60 dual intelligent power module (IPM) is selected, with maximum rated current and voltage of 300 A and 600 V, ... The photo and circuit diagram of the selected dual IPM is shown in Fig. 6.12anbsp;...

Title:Design and Control of Hybrid Active Power Filters
Author:Chi-Seng Lam, Man-Chung Wong
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-20


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