Authors: Lin, Gang
Liu, Jiayan
Rehtanz, Christian
Li, Yong
Zuo, Wei
Wang, Pengcheng
Title: Analysis of instability causes in the bi-dc converter and enhancing its performance by improving the damping in the IDA-PBC control
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: The poor damping of bidirectional dc (bi-dc) converter caused by constant power load makes power system prone to oscillation, and non-minimum phase characteristic also jeopardises voltage stability. To solve these challenges, the interconnection and damping assignment passivity-based control (IDA-PBC) is utilised to improve transient response. The influences of the right-half-plane (RHP) zero on the stability margin and controller design are illustrated by zero dynamics analysis. Then the port-controlled Hamiltonian modelling is used to obtain the IDA-PBC control law, which is suitable to the bi-dc converter and independent of the operation mode. The system dissipation property is modified, and thus the desired damping is injected to smooth the transient voltage. To remove the voltage error caused by RHP zero and adjust the damping ratio, an energy controller with an adjustment factor is introduced. Besides, a virtual circuit is established to explain the physical meaning of the control parameter, and the parameter design method is given. Passivity analysis assesses the controller performance. Simulation results are analysed and compared with other control strategies to test the proposed IDA-PBC strategy.
Issue Date: 2021-06-24
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