Design of a SRF Based MC UPQC Used for Load Voltage Control in Parallel Distribution Systems

ABSTRACT:

This paper deals with a new design dynamic model of synchronous-reference- frame (SRF)-based control in three phase system under different load considerations to improve power quality by using power conditioner with multi converters. The proposed MCUPQC system can regulate the load voltages/bus voltages on Parallel power distribution systems under balanced and distorted load conditions and obtain the state space model for MC-UPQC. The simulation results to support the SRF-based control method presented in this paper is done using Matlab/Simulink.

 

KEYWORDS:

  1. Power quality (PQ)
  2. Active power filter (APF)
  3. Synchronous reference frame (SRF) and multi converter
  4. Unified power-quality conditioner (MC-UPQC)

  

SOFTWARE: MATLAB/SIMULINK

  

BLOCK DIAGRAM:

Fig.1.The single line diagram of conventional MC-UPQC

 

 EXPECTED SIMULATION RESULTS:

Fig. 2.a and b. the phase bus voltage, VS1 and load voltage VL1

Fig. 3.c and d. the phase bus voltage, VS2 and load voltage VL2

Fig.4.a & b. the phase Source Current, IS1 and Load CurrentIL1

Fig. 5 and 6 .a, b and c. The phase bus voltage, injected voltage and load Voltages

Fig. 7.a, b and c. The phase Source Currents (IS1), load Currents (IL1) and DC Capacitor Voltage(VDC).

Fig. 8.a, b, c, d, e and f. the phase bus voltage (VS1), load Voltages (VL1), load Voltages (VL2), the phase source currents (IS1), load Currents (IL1) and DC Capacitor Voltage (VDC).

  

CONCLUSION:

In this paper the SRF Based control MC-UPQC for regulates of load voltage and load current in adjacent parallel feeder has been proposed and compared to a conventional MC-UPQC, the proposed control topology is capable of fully protecting critical and sensitive loads against sudden changing loads, voltage sag/ swells, and fault interruption in two-feeder distribution systems. The performance of the SRF based MC-UPQC is tested under various disturbance conditions.

 

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