Control of Power Inverters in Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Integration书籍视频


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钟庆昌教授是国家“千人计划”人选,现为英国谢菲尔德大学(The University of Sheffield)控制与系统工程系终身主任教授(Chair Professor)、招聘招生与外联主任。他还是IEEE电力电子协会杰出讲师,欧洲控制联合会(EUCA)英国代表,国际自动控制联合会(IFAC)电力与能源系统技术委员会副主席和线性控制系统技术委员会副主席,是世界上同时在控制与电力电子领域得到认可的少数专家之一。2012年3月中国国家电网聘其为国家级特聘专家。

上述是钟庆昌老师的力作《Control of Power Inverters in Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Integration》,本书包括25章,包括4部分,第一部分对风电、光伏等新能源系统进行介绍和综述,非常全面和详细,能够对现有的新能源有个全面了解;第二部分是电能质量控制;第三部分是非常全的中性线理论研究;第四部分是同步技术的研究。



The book consists of three parts: power quality control, neutral line provision and power flow control. In Part I (Power Quality Control), various control approaches to improve the power quality are covered. This includes the conventional PI control, proportional-resonant control and advanced ?repetitive control. Several different strategies for ?repetitive control, covering voltage control and current control, will be discussed. In Part II (Neutral Line Provision), one topology and several control strategies are discussed to provide a neutral line for inverters. For inverters used in distributed generation and renewable energy, this is an important issue as the loads are often unbalanced and there is a need for a path for the neutral current. A detailed analysis is provided. Conventional control strategy as well as the advanced ?control strategy using voltage control and current control will be used. Part III (Power Flow Control) discusses, various issues including synchronisation, regulation of real and reactive power, parallel operation and the recently developed award-winning synchronverter technology. Synchronverters are inverters that mimic synchronous generators. Example design and experimental results are provided for most of the control strategies, which practictioners will find very useful.


Title Page
About the Authors
List of Abbreviations
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Outline of the Book
1.2 Basics of Power Processing
1.3 Hardware Issues
1.4 Wind Power Systems
1.5 Solar Power Systems
1.6 Smart Grid Integration
Chapter 2: Preliminaries
2.1 Power Quality Issues
2.2 Repetitive Control
2.3 Reference Frames
Part I: Power Quality Control
Chapter 3: Current H∞ Repetitive Control
3.1 System Description
3.2 Controller Design
3.3 Design Example
3.4 Experimental Results
3.5 Summary
Chatper 4: Voltage and Current H∞ Repetitive Control
4.1 System Description
4.2 Modelling of an Inverter
4.3 Controller Design
4.4 Design Example
4.5 Simulation Results
4.6 Summary
Chapter 5: Voltage H∞ Repetitive Control with a Frequency-adaptive Mechanism
5.1 System Description
5.2 Controller Design
5.3 Design Example
5.4 Experimental Results
5.5 Summary
Chapter 6: Cascaded Current-Voltage H∞ Repetitive Control
6.1 Operation Modes in Microgrids
6.2 Control Scheme
6.3 Design of the Voltage Controller
6.4 Design of the Current Controller
6.5 Design Example
6.6 Experimental Results
6.7 Summary
Chapter 7: Control of Inverter Output Impedance
7.1 Inverters with Inductive Output Impedances (L-inverters)
7.2 Inverters with Resistive Output Impedances (R-inverters)
7.3 Inverters with Capacitive Output Impedances (C-inverters)
7.4 Design of C-inverters to Improve the Voltage THD
7.5 Simulation Results for R-, L- and C-inverters
7.6 Experimental Results for R-, L- and C-inverters
7.7 Impact of the Filter Capacitor
7.8 Summary
Chapter 8: Bypassing Harmonic Current Components
8.1 Controller Design
8.2 Physical Interpretation of the Controller
8.3 Stability Analysis
8.4 Experimental Results
8.5 Summary
Chapter 9: Power Quality Issues in Traction Power Systems
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Description of the Topology
9.3 Compensation of Negative-sequence Currents, Reactive Power and Harmonic Currents
9.4 Special Case: cos θ=1
9.5 Simulation Results
9.6 Summary
Part II: Neutral Line Provision
Chapter 10: Topology of a Neutral Leg Neutral Line Provision
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Split DC Link
10.3 Conventional Neutral Leg
10.4 Independently-controlled Neutral Leg
10.5 Summary
Chapter 11: Classical Control of a Neutral Leg
11.1 Mathematical Modelling
11.2 Controller Design
11.3 Performance Evaluation
11.4 Selection of the Components
11.5 Simulation Results
11.6 Summary
Chapter 12: H∞ Voltage-Current Control of a Neutral Leg
12.1 Mathematical Modelling
12.2 Controller Design
12.3 Selection of Weighting Functions
12.4 Design Example
12.5 Simulation Results
12.6 Summary
Chapter 13: Parallel PI Voltage-H∞ Current Control of a Neutral Leg
13.1 Description of the Neutral Leg
13.2 Design of an H∞ Current Controller
13.3 Addition of a Voltage Control Loop
13.4 Experimental Results
13.5 Summary
Chapter 14: Applications in Single-phase to Three-phase Conversion
14.1 Introduction
14.2 The Topology under Consideration
14.3 Basic Analysis
14.4 Controller Design
14.5 Simulation Results
14.6 Summary
Part III: Power Flow Control
Chapter 15: Current Proportional–Integral Control
15.1 Control Structure
15.2 Controller Implementation
15.3 Experimental Results
15.4 Summary
Chapter 16: Current Proportional-Resonant Control
16.1 Proportional-resonant Controller
16.2 Control Structure
16.3 Controller Design
16.4 Experimental Results
16.5 Summary
Chapter 17: Current Deadbeat Predictive Control
17.1 Control Structure
17.2 Controller Design
17.3 Experimental Results
17.4 Summary
Chapter 18: Synchronverters: Grid-friendly Inverters that Mimic Synchronous Generators
18.1 Mathematical Model of Synchronous Generators
18.2 Implementation of a Synchronverter
18.3 Operation of a Synchronverter
18.4 Simulation Results
18.5 Experimental Results
18.6 Summary
Chapter 19: Parallel Operation of Inverters
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Problem Description
19.3 Power Delivered to a Voltage Source
19.4 Conventional Droop Control
19.5 Inherent Limitations of Conventional Droop Control
19.6 Robust Droop Control of R-inverters
19.7 Robust Droop Control of C-inverters
19.8 Robust Droop Control of L-inverters
19.9 Summary
Chapter 20: Robust Droop Control with Improved Voltage Quality
20.1 Control Strategy
20.2 Experimental Results
20.3 Summary
Chapter 21: Harmonic Droop Controller to Improve Voltage Quality
21.1 Model of an Inverter System
21.2 Power Delivered to a Current Source
21.3 Reduction of Harmonics in the Output Voltage
21.4 Simulation Results
21.5 Experimental Results
21.6 Summary
Part IV: Synchronisation
Chapter 22: Conventional Synchronisation Techniques
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Zero-crossing Method
22.3 Basic Phase-locked Loops (PLL)
22.4 PLL in the Synchronously Rotating Reference Frame (SRF-PLL)
22.5 Second-order Generalised Integrator-based PLL (SOGI-PLL)
22.6 Sinusoidal Tracking Algorithm (STA)
22.7 Simulation Results with SOGI-PLL and STA
22.8 Experimental Results with SOGI-PLL and STA
22.9 Summary
Chapter 23: Sinusoid-locked Loops
23.1 Single-phase Synchronous Machine (SSM) Connected to the Grid
23.2 Structure of a Sinusoid-locked Loop (SLL)
23.3 Tracking of the Frequency and the Phase
23.4 Tracking of the Voltage Amplitude
23.5 Tuning of the Parameters
23.6 Equivalent Structure
23.7 Simulation Results
23.8 Experimental Results
23.9 Summary




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