Active and Reactive Power Control Strategy for Grid-Connected Six-Phase Generator by Using Multi-Modular Matrix Converters
David Caballero, Federico Gavilán, Edgar Maqueda, Raúl Gregor, Jorge Rodas, Derlis Gregor, Sergio Toledo, Marco Rivera
This paper proposes an active and reactive power control strategy
based on predictive control approaches applied to gridconnected
renewable energy systems. To accomplish this a
multi-modular matrix converter topologies are used in combination
with a simple but efficient grid synchronization strategy.
The theoretical performance analysis is performed considering
a six-phase wind energy generator system interconnected with
the grid. Results based on a MATLAB/Simulink simulation
environment are discussed and the most relevant characteristics
of the proposed control technique are highlighted considering
the total harmonic distortion and the mean squared error as a
parameters of performance.