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|Title:||Analysis of RCD snubber based non-ideal Z-source inverter using average modelling approaches|
|Citation:||International Journal of Electronics, 2019, Vol., , pp.-|
|Abstract:||Z-Source inverters (ZSIs) are one of the most promising single-stage power converters in modern industrial applications. However, these ZSIs exhibit non-minimum phase behaviour as a result of right half-plane (RHP) zero in the converter transfer functions and impose a constraint on the controller design. A detailed mathematical model of the converter plays a crucial role in the design of an efficient control strategy. This paper presents a detailed mathematical model of non-ideal ZSI using averaged modelling approaches and its comparisons are summarised. The pole-zero and step response plots reveals the impact of parasitic elements and parameter variations on system steady-state and dynamic performance. Finally, the effects are outlined, which gives a basic guideline to the designers in the converter performance optimisation such as the feedback control bandwidth, damping factor, resonant frequency, and overshoot/undershoot in the desired output. The sensitivity function is defined for a voltage gain of ZSI with respect to system parasitic elements and snubber parameters. In order to validate the theoretical analysis of converter dynamics, a laboratory prototype model of 50 watts ZSI is developed. Further, a hardware implimentation of PID-based capacitor voltage control is shown to check the effectiveness of the derived transfer functions on closed-loop performance. 2019, 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.|
|Appears in Collections:||1. Journal Articles|
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