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Incorporation of Modified Second-Order Adaptive Filter in MFGCI for Harmonic Mitigation of Microgrid

  • P. C. Keerthiga
  • G. Gabriel Santhosh Kumar
  • S. Hemila Haland
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Abstract

Power quality is important in the distributed grid system to supply clean and stable power. A multifunctional grid connected inverter (MFGCI) is intended for effective utilization of Distributed Energy Resources and also to provide continuous supply still in deprived power quality situations. The shunt-series switched (SSS) configuration is used for both current and voltage compensation. Therefore, MFGCI is capable of providing series and parallel tie with the grid and load using bidirectional switches. Conversely, the functionality of SSS-MFGCI is imperfect during voltage compensation. In addition, power quality troubles regarded are partial to harmonics. Thus, a Modified Second-Order Adaptive Notch Filter (SOAF) is implemented for multipurpose control of MFGCI and power quality improvement. The control scheme is multipurpose as SOAF is used for grid synchronization, reference signal generation and total harmonic distortion (THD) reduction. The filter technique is adaptive to circumvent the loss occurred. A modified SOAF is used for its improved disturbance rejection capabilities.

Keywords

Grid connected inverter Harmonic distortion Multifunctional converter Multipurpose control Second-order adaptive filter Power quality Voltage regulation 

Abbreviations

AC

Alternative Current

ANF

Adaptive Notch Filter

DC

Direct Current

DER

Distributive Energy Resources

DG

Distributed Generation

DVR

Dynamic Voltage Restorer

GCI

Grid Connected Inverter

MFGCI

Multifunctional Grid Connected Inverter

MG

Microgrid

PCC

Point of Common Coupling

PLL

Phase-Locked Loop

PQ

Power Quality

RES

Renewable Energy Source

SOAF

Second-Order Adaptive Notch Filter

SSS

Shunt Series Switched

STATCOM

Static Synchronous Compensator

THD

Total Harmonic Distortion

UPS

Uninterrupted Power Supply

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KRCETrichyIndia

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