PWMインバータの逆システムフィードフォワード補償を付加した正弦波追従制御法 [in Japanese] Sinusoidal Tracking Control of a PWM Inverter with Inverse System Feedforward Compensation [in Japanese]
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Fast responses without any steady-state errors are required for control of a sinusoidal PWM inverter. There are two key points. One is that its reference voltage waveform is not constant but sinusoidal. It is necessary to design a compensator by considering these sinusoidal variations of the reference waveform to get a good steady-state and fast transient response. A sinusoidal tracking compensator which is based on the optimal control and the internal model principle has been proposed by the authors to realize a response with no deviation for a periodic sinusoidal reference input. The other is that compensator and feedback (FB) gains have a trade-off between responses and sensitivities to noises and they can not be too large. Feedforward(FF) compensation can improve responses without alternating system stabilities. This paper proposes a PWM control system which has a sinusoidal FB and an inverse system FF compensators. According to the inverse system FF compensation, appropriate nominal control input values are determined to give the reference steady-state response. Therefore the input values are computed by deconvolving a set of system response equations inversely. The proposed system is investigated and validated through theoretical and experimental results for a rated, an unbalanced, and a rectifier loads by using a simulator Matlab and a DSP system at the switching frequency of 20kHz. The proposed control showed better performances than the original FB and the preview controls.
- IEEJ Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems
IEEJ Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems 126(11), 1304-1310, 2006-11-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan