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Decentralised voltage balancing in bipolar dc microgrids equipped with trans-z-source interlinking converter
This study presents an improved version of bipolar dc microgrids in that a distributed voltage-balancing strategy supplants the central voltage balancer. The improved bipolar dc microgrid is interlinked to the ac grid using a trans-z-source inverter for that a brand new voltage Control System is adopted. The shoot-through duty cycle, d-axis current reference, and voltages of dc-side capacitors are controlled by the proposed voltage Control System. A bipolar, bidirectional dc/dc boost converter is meant to fulfil the voltage regulation and voltage-balancing functions in case the trans-z-supply inverter is disconnected from the ac grid. An influence-sharing scheme is additionally proposed in which 2 droop gains are utilized to switch voltage control loops of every converter. Simulations are in deep trouble a bipolar dc microgrid involving a trans-z-supply interlinking converter whereas native distributed generations (DGs) are interfaced to the microgrid by bipolar boost converters.
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