Series and Parallel Resonance Problem of Wideband Frequency Harmonic and Its Elimination Strategy
Abbreviated Journal Title
IEEE Trans. Power Electron.
Harmonic elimination; power quality; series and parallel resonance; wideband frequency harmonics; POWER-GENERATION; CONVERTERS; FILTER; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic
The extensive use of pulse width modulation control technology in smart grid will lead to prominent enlargement of high-frequency harmonics. The effects of the distributed capacitances of transmission line and transformer that are neglected previously will be very obvious. The performance of the traditional harmonic eliminating method for wideband harmonic is limited, which will lead to huge challenge to the analysis, evaluation, and elimination of harmonics as well as series and parallel resonance problem. In this paper, to accurately describe the influence of wideband harmonic on smart grid, the multiterminal analysis model of harmonic degradation in smart grid is established, especially the distributed capacitances of the transmission line and the transformer are considered. Then, a novel topology of hybrid active power filter (HAPF) for resonance damping and multitype harmonic eliminating is proposed. The resonance damping model of the new topology is established; analysis results indicate that the proposed HAPF has a good harmonic resonance damping characteristic. Both simulation and experimental results have validated the validity of the theoretical analysis in this paper.
Ieee Transactions on Power Electronics
"Series and Parallel Resonance Problem of Wideband Frequency Harmonic and Its Elimination Strategy" (2014). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 6087.