What is it about?
Inertial support for hybrid AC/DC microgrid systems is provided by the virtual synchronous generator (VSG). However, the fast performance of the system is neglected while enhancing the stability of the system. To address this problem, an adaptive virtual inertia control strategy based on VSG technology is proposed. This control approach adaptively adjusts the system virtual inertia when the system operation deviates from the nominal value, by slowing down the rate of change of AC frequency and DC voltage and improving the deviation of AC frequency and DC voltage. Meanwhile, when the AC frequency and DC voltage restore back to the rated value, the rate of change of AC frequency is accelerated and the DC voltage fluctuation is reduced by dynamically adjusting the virtual inertia of the system. The proposed adaptive virtual inertia control method combines the advantages of large and small inertia to effectively improve the dynamic response of the system voltage and frequency in both rectifier and inverter modes. Finally, the simulation and experimental results verify the effectiveness of the proposed control algorithm.
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Why is it important?
The proposed adaptive virtual inertia control method combines the advantages of large and small inertia to effectively improve the dynamic response of the system voltage and frequency in both rectifier and inverter modes.
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This page is a summary of: An adaptative control strategy for interfacing converter of hybrid microgrid based on improved virtual synchronous generator, IET Renewable Power Generation, October 2021, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (the IET), DOI: 10.1049/rpg2.12293.
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