Abstract

Ahmed Anas Elwogood Helal
Dynamic Voltage Restorer Adopting150o Conduction Angle VSI
This paper presents a dynamic voltage restorer based on a new firing control strategy for the three-phase six-switch voltage source inverter. In this firing control strategy, one of the three inverter legs is to be intentionally opened, one per time in a pre-planned sequence. This strategy combines the commonly used 180o and 120o conduction modes to generate a new operating mode, defined as 150o conduction mode. The performance of the proposed dynamic voltage restorer with 150o conduction angle inverter control is evaluated using dynamic transient simulation in order to illustrate the advantages of the new control scheme. The simulation results show good improvement in the magnitude and time response of the dynamic voltage restorer output voltage. This outcome results in more accurate and faster voltage restoring capability. Also, a great reduction in the total harmonic distortion of the inverter output voltage is attained and hence a consequent reduction of the voltage harmonics in the supply side.