By Monteiro, V.; Ferreira, J.C.; Pedrosa, D.; Sep\'ulveda, M.J.; Apar\'icio Fernandes&
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
This paper presents a comprehensive analysis and comparison of digital current control techniques for active rectifiers. These rectifiers are connect-ed to the power grid and are controlled aiming to obtain sinusoidal grid currents and unitary power factor. In this context this paper presents the principle of operation of a full-bridge full-controlled active rectifier, which is controlled by different digital current control techniques, namely, proportional-integral (PI) in stationary frame, PI in synchronous frame, PI sinewave (PIS), feedforward, sliding mode, and predictive. These digital current control techniques are explained in detail and is established a comparison in terms of their current errors in steady-state, as well as in terms of their digital implementation using the digital signal processor (DSP) TMS320F28335 from Texas Instruments.