Experimental validation of a proposed single-phase five-level active rectifier operating with model predictive current control

By Monteiro, V.; Melendez, A.A.N.; Ferreira, J.C.; Couto, C.; Afonso, J.L&period

IECON 2015 - 41st Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

2016

Abstract

This paper presents a model predictive current control applied to a proposed single-phase five-level active rectifier (FLAR). This current control strategy uses the discrete-time nature of the active rectifier to define its state in each sampling interval. Although the switching frequency is not constant, this current control strategy allows to follow the reference with low total harmonic distortion (THDF). The implementation of the active rectifier that was used to obtain the experimental results is described in detail along the paper, presenting the circuit topology, the principle of operation, the power theory, and the current control strategy. The experimental results confirm the robustness and good performance (with low current THDF and controlled output voltage) of the proposed single-phase FLAR operating with model predictive current control.

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