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Title: A Zero-Sequence Voltage Injection-Based Control Strategy for a Parallel Hybrid Modular Multilevel HVDC Converter System || 2015-2016 IEEE Power electronics Projects Training


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A Zero-Sequence Voltage Injection-Based
Control Strategy for a Parallel Hybrid Modular
Multilevel HVDC Converter System
  • Presented by
  • IIS TECHNOLOGIES
  • No 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus,  North
    Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount,  Chennai, Tamil Nadu
    600016.
  • Landline044 4263 7391,mob9952077540.
  • Emailinfo_at_iistechnologies.in,
  • Webwww.iistechnologies.in

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ABSTRACT
  • This paper proposes a zero-sequence voltage
    injection (ZSVI)-based model predictive control
    (MPC) strategy to control the dc current/power
    flow and simultaneously minimize the dc current
    ripple.
  • The proposed strategy takes advantage of a cost
    function minimization technique to determine and
    inject the optimal zero-sequence voltage
    components into the dc- bus voltage of a PHMMC
    system.
  • This paper derives a discrete-time dynamic model
    of the dc transmission-line current and,
    correspondingly, develops a predictive model. The
    predictive model is used to inject the
    appropriate amount of zero-sequence voltage
    components to the dc bus reference voltage
    waveform.
  • Compared with the existing triplen harmonics
    injection method, the proposed ZSVI-MPC strategy
    improves the performance of a PHMMC system in
    terms of minimization of the dc current/voltage
    ripple.

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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TOOLS AND SOFTWARE USED
  • MP LAB
  • ORCAD/PSPICE
  • MATLAB/SIMULINK

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OUTPUT
  • HARDWARE
  • SIMULATION

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Contact
  • IIS TECHNOLOGIES
  • No 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus,  North
    Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount,  Chennai, Tamil Nadu
    600016.
  • Landline044 4263 7391,mob9952077540.
  • Emailinfo_at_iistechnologies.in,
  • Webwww.iistechnologies.in
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