Article : [ART374]
Titre : D. SOTO, T.C. GREEN, A Comparison of High-Power Converter Topologies for the Implementation of FACTS Controllers, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol. 49, No. 5, October 2002, pp. 1072-1080.
Cité dans :[REVUE392] IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Volume 49, Issue 5, October 2002.Auteur : Diego Soto - Member IEEE
Source : Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on
Pages : 1072 - 1080
Volume : 49
Issue : 5
Date : October 2002
ISSN : 0278-0046
INSPEC Accession Number: 7413698
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Lien : private/Soto1.pdf - 9 pages, 274 Ko.
Vers : Bibliographie
Abstract :
This paper compares four converter topologies for
the implementation of flexible ac transmission system (FACTS)
controllers: three multilevel topologies (multipoint clamped
(MPC), chain, and nested cell) and the well-established multipulse
topology. In keeping with the need to implement very-high-power
inverters, switching frequency is restricted to line frequency. The
study addresses device count, dc filter ratings, restrictions on
voltage control, active power transfer through the dc link, and
balancing of dc-link voltages. Emphasis is placed on capacitor
sizing because of its impact on the cost and size of the FACTS
controller. A method for the dimensioning the dc capacitor filter is
presented. It is found that the chain converter is attractive for the
implementation of a static compensator or a static synchronous
series compensator. The MPC converter is attractive for the
implementation of a unified power flow controller or an interline
power flow controller, but a special arrangement is required to
overcome the limitations on voltage control.
Index_Terms : flexible ac transmission system (FACTS), high-power inverter, multilevel converter, multipulse converter, static compensator (STATCOM), unified power flow controller (UPFC).
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