Vol.118, No.6, 2021, pp.1729-1740, doi:10.32604/EE.2021.014938
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FCS-MPC Strategy for PV Grid-Connected Inverter Based on MLD Model
  • Xiaojuan Lu, Qingbo Zhang*
Lanzhou Jiaotong University, Lanzhou, 730070, China
* Corresponding Author: Qingbo Zhang. Email:
Received 11 November 2020; Accepted 04 March 2021; Issue published 10 September 2021
Abstract
In the process of grid-connected photovoltaic power generation, there are high requirements for the quality of the power that the inverter breaks into the grid. In this work, to improve the power quality of the grid-connected inverter into the grid, and the output of the system can meet the grid-connected requirements more quickly and accurately, we exhibit an approach toward establishing a mixed logical dynamical (MLD) model where logic variables were introduced to switch dynamics of the single-phase photovoltaic inverters. Besides, based on the model, our recent efforts in studying the finite control set model predictive control (FCS-MPC) and devising the output current full state observer are exciting for several advantages, including effectively avoiding the problem of the mixed-integer quadratic programming (MIQP), lowering the THD value of the output current of the inverter circuit, improving the quality of the power that the inverter breaks into the grid, and realizing the current output and the grid voltage same frequency and phase to meet grid connection requirements. Finally, the effectiveness of the mentioned methods is verified by MATLAB/Simulink simulation.
Keywords
Photovoltaic grid-connected inverter; hybrid logic dynamic model; finite control set model predictive control; full state observer
Cite This Article
Lu, X., Zhang, Q. (2021). FCS-MPC Strategy for PV Grid-Connected Inverter Based on MLD Model. Energy Engineering, 118(6), 1729–1740.
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