Single Phase Dynamic Voltage Restorer Topology Based on Five-level Ground point Shifting Inverter

ABSTRACT

A Single Phase Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) based on five-level ground point shifting multilevel inverter topology has been proposed in this paper. The proposed inverter has a floating ground point. Therefore, by shifting the ground point, it is observed that the inverter circuit gives five output voltage levels from single DC voltage source. This configuration uses less number of switches compared to the existing multilevel inverter topologies. A fast sag swell identification technique using d-q reference frame is also discussed in this paper. This proposed topology of the DVR can compensate voltage sag, swell, flicker and maintain the required voltage at the load bus. The detailed simulation study is carried out using MATLAB/Simulink to validate the result.

 KEYWORDS

  1. Voltage sag
  2. Swell
  3. Ground Point Shifting Multilevel Inverter (GPSMI)
  4. Topology
  5. DVR

 SOFTWARE: MATLAB/SIMULINK

 BLOCK DIAGRAM


Fig. 1. General structure of the proposed DVR.

EXPECTED SIMULATION RESULTS

Fig. 2. (a) Grid terminal voltage (vt) and (b) load voltage (vl) during sag

mitigation.

Fig. 3. direct axis value of the d-q reference frame which is used to detect

sag in the system.

Fig. 4. During voltage sag (a) grid terminal voltage (vt), (b) series injected

voltage (vinj) and (c) inverter terminal voltage (vinv).

Fig. 5. FFT analysis of the series injected voltage (vinj).

Fig. 6. (a) Grid terminal voltage and (b) load voltage during Voltage flicker

 CONCLUSION

This paper proposes dynamic voltage restorer based on the ground point shifting multilevel Inverter topology (GPSMI). And explained  the operation of the multilevel inverter and the power circuit diagram. The inverter topology requires less number of switches than conventional multi-level inverter. In this inverter topology, only two switches are active at any instant of time that reduce switch conduction loss. Using this multi-level inverter, reduced the passive filter requirement in the DVR topology. Proper PWM for this proposed inverter has been explained. Instantaneous sag identification technique using d-q reference frame has also been explained. This proposed DVR can mitigate the power quality problem like sag/swell and voltage flicker.

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