International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2088-8694 / 2088-8694
Current Publisher: Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (10.11591)
Total articles ≅ 1,374
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Houaria Abdelli, Abdelkader Mezouar, Mokhtar Bendjebbar, Kheira Belgacem
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp404-412

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The use of the classical (SMC) applied to control of stator’s powers of DFIG, gives the problem of chattering, therefore to avoid this phenomenon a robust algorithm (STSMC) is applied. This paper presents a comparison of conventional SMC with the proposed strategy of STSMC algorithm. The results are obtained using MATLAB and demonstrate stability and robustness of this algorithm.
Zineb Lahlou, Abderrahim El-Amrani, Ismail Boumhidi
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp567-575

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The work deals finite frequency H∞ control design for continuous time nonlinear systems, we provide sufficient conditions, ensuring that the closed-loop model is stable. Simulations will be gifted to show level of attenuation that a H∞ lower can be by our method obtained developed where further comparison.
Nada Zine Laabidine, Afrae Errarhout, Chakib El Bakkali, Karim Mohammed, Badre Bossoufi
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp393-403

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This paper aims to implement a new contribution for sliding mode control (SMC) of permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) for wind systems conversion with track the maximum power point tracking (MPPT) power. The SMC is a very popular approach due to its robustness in dealing with the non-linear electrical power systems. In this work, the application of the SMC control is by using the non lineare model of the PMSG. The objective of this work is to control stator active and stator reactive power, and the voltage-frequency for a better injection into the network. The results obtained show better robustness.
Tebbakh Noureddine, Labed Djamel
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp489-498

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Distributed generations (DG), specially including renewable sources such as wind and sun are offering several opportunities for the currently in existence distribution networks and becoming one of the keys of treatment of its problems. Knowing the effects of each kind of DG on distribution networks is a primordial task because DG impacts differ from one kind to another. In this paper, we have analyzed and compared the effects of two kinds of DG, DG which provides real power only and DG which provides real power and reactive power at the same time connected at the critical bus in DN on the voltage profile, real and reactive power losses. We have proposed Newton Raphson method using Matlab to investigate the impacts of these two kinds of DG on 57-bus IEEE distribution test system. The obtained results have been exposed in detail at the end of this paper.
Pekik Argo Dahono
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp273-285

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This paper proposes two new simplified cascade multiphase DC-DC boost power converters with high voltage-gain and low ripple. All simplifications reduce the number of active switching devices from 2N into N, where N is the phase number. The first simplification reduces the number of inductors from 2N into N+1 and increases the number of diodes from 2N into (2N+1). The second simplification reduces the number of inductors from 2N into N+1 and increases the number of diodes from 2N into (3N+1). The second simplification needs inductors with smaller current rating than the first simplification. The expressions of output voltage as a function of load current are derived by taking into account the voltage drops across the inductors and switching power devices. Simulated and experimental results are included to show the basic performance of the proposed cascade multiphase DC-DC boost power converters.
Salam Waley Shneen, Fatin Nabeel Abdullah, Dina Harith Shaker
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp212-216

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This work is presenting under the title simulation model of single phase PWM inverter by using MATLAB/Simulink. There are many researchers’ works in this field with the different ways because it is important field and it has many applications. The converter DC power to AC power for any system that mean it need the power electronic device (inverter). The inverter is using when the source DC power and the load AC power. In this work, the simulation system includes the source 300V DC power, inverter, LC filter and load (R). The simulation result shows the waveform of all part in this system like input and output current and voltage.
Suroso Suroso, Winasis Winasis, Priswanto Priswanto, Sholikhah Sholikhah
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp249-257

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Current source inverter (CSI) operates to output a specified ac current waveform from dc current sources. Talking about power quality, harmonics distortion of ac waveform is a problem of an inverter circuit. Generating a multilevel current waveform will have less harmonics content than a traditional three-level current waveform. In addition to non-ideal conditions of power switches, i.e. voltage drop in diodes, conductors or controlled switches, the performance of current controller applied in an inverter circuit will considerably affect the ac waveform quality produced by inverter circuit. This paper presents and discusses application of hysteresis current controller in the five-level H-bridge with inductor-cell current source inverter. The current controller performance was compared with the proportional integral current controller. Some test results are presented and discussed to explore the advantages of hysteresis controller in reducing the current ripple and harmonics distortion of output current.
Mihail Antchev, Vanjo Gourgoulitsov, Hristo Antchev
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp304-313

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In the article is presented a single-phase series active power filter (SFSAPF) designed to compensate the total harmonic distortion (THD) factor of the supply network voltage. Particular attention is paid to the work of the output capacitor of the passive filter, and dependencies for the design of the filter at hysteresis voltage control are presented. The value of the higher harmonics of the current through the filter capacitor is determined. A mathematical relationship between the voltage ripple of the capacitor, its value and the switching frequency is derived. As a result of the advanced research a methodology for designing the output filter of a single-phase serial active power filter has been proposed. The results from computer simulation and experiment are also given.
Amin Amin, Alexander Christantho Budiman, Sunarto Kaleg, Sudirja Sudirja, Abdul Hapid
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp385-392

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Cell imbalance can cause negative effects such as early stopping of the battery charging and discharging process which can reduce its capacity. In the previous active balancing research, the energy used for the balancing process was taken from the cell or battery pack, resulting in drop of electric vehicle driving range. In this paper, a cell charger based battery balancing system is proposed with a reduction in the number of switches. The use of a cell charger aims to increase the usable energy of the battery pack, since the energy used for the balancing process is taken directly from the grid. The use of fewer switches aims to reduce the cost and space used on the battery management system (BMS) hardware. The charger used for the balancing process has a maximum current of 3 A and a maximum voltage of 3.65 V while the number of switches used is n+5 for n batteries. A 15S1P 200 Ah LiFePO4 battery pack consists of 15 cells used for testing purpose. The test results show that the time needed to equalize the 15 cell battery voltage reaches 6 hours from the difference between the highest and lowest battery cell voltages of 145.1 mV to 15.1 mV.
Muhamad Haziq Mohmad Akram, Rahimi Baharom
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i1.pp286-294

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This paper presents the computer simulation model of a grid to vehicle (G2V) wireless power supply using a single-phase matrix converter (SPMC). The proposed system uses the SPMC that operates as a direct AC-AC converter to convert the supply frequency of 50 Hz to reach 20 kHz output frequency. The use of 20 kHz frequency is suitable for wireless power transfer (WPT) operation in order to obtain higher power transfer efficiency between the transmitter and the receiver parts. An advanced of the proposed circuit topology can solve the conventional system for G2V circuit topology that uses multiple stages of power conversion system, resulting in high power semiconductor losses that could lead to low efficiency. In this work, multiple stages of the conventional "AC-DC-AC" circuits have been reduced to a single power conversion stage by using the SPMC circuit topology. The use of the proposed circuit topology can reduce the number of devices, thus reduce the semiconductor losses. A part of reducing the semiconductor losses, the proposed circuit topology could also improve the power density and efficiency of the power supply system. A computer simulation model using MATLAB/Simulink has been developed to investigate the behavior of the proposed system. Selected simulation results are presented to verify the functionality of the proposed system.
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