Emerging Power Converters for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles: Modeling, Design, and Control

Modeling, Design, and Control of Solid-State Transformer for Grid Integration of Renewable SourcesINTRODUCTIONTOPOLOGIES, CONVERTERS, AND SWITCHES OF THE SSTHIGH-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC LINK FOR THE SSTMODELING OF MULTIPLE ACTIVE BRIDGE DC-DC CONVERTER FOR THE SST APPLICATIONMULTISTAGE CONTROL ARCHITECTURE FOR THE SSTCONCLUSIONSREFERENCESMagnetic Linked Power Converter for Transformer-Less Direct Grid Integration of Renewable Generation SystemsINTRODUCTIONTWO-LEVEL INVERTERS FOR GRID INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESMULTILEVEL INVERTERS FOR TRANSFORMER-LESS GRID INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESMAGNETIC LINKED POWER CONVERTERS FOR GRID INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESSWITCHING TECHNIQUES FOR THE MAGNETIC LINKED POWER CONVERTERSMODELING OF INVERTER LOSSESConduction Loss AnalysisSwitching Loss AnalysisCONCLUSIONREFERENCESPower Electronics for Wireless Charging of Future Electric VehiclesINTRODUCTIONFUNDAMENTALS OF INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSFER TECHNOLOGYIPT-Based EV Charging TechnologyElectric Circuit and Its Equivalent ModelInductive Coupler StructuresNonplanar CouplersPlanar CoilsCompensation NetworksEV Charging StandardsPOWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTER TOPOLOGIES FOR INDUCTIVE WIRELESS CHARGINGDual-Stage Power ConversionSingle-Stage AC-AC ConversionPOWER CONTROL SCHEMESPERFORMANCE COMPARISON AND DISCUSSIONDesign ConsiderationsPerformance ComparisonInput Power Factor and Input Current DistortionSwitching StressLoss Distribution and EfficiencyCost AnalysisComparison Studies and Their DiscussionFUTURE TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIESCONCLUDING REMARKSREFERENCESPower Electronics- Based Solutions for Supercapacitors in Electric VehiclesINTRODUCTIONFUNDAMENTAL OF SUPERCAPACITORSConstruction and Classification of SCsParameters Affecting the Performance of an SCParameter DefinitionsCapacitanceEnergyTotal Energy UtilizationState of ChargeEquivalent Electrical Model Representation of SCsSingle Branch R-C ModelFirst-Order Equivalent ModelMulti Branch R-C ModelFive-Stage R-C Ladder ModelZubeita and Bonert ModelFranda ModelDynamic SC Model for EV ApplicationsCharge and Discharge CharacteristicsConstant Voltage ChargeConstant Current ChargeConstant Resistive DischargeConstant Current DischargeConstant Power DischargeSC CELL VOLTAGE EQUALIZATIONPassive Balancing CircuitsResistive BalancerZener Diode BalancerActive Balancing CircuitsSwitched ResistorsShuttling CapacitorBuck-Boost-Based EqualizationFlyback-Based EqualizationMulti-Winding TransformerBANK SWITCHING CIRCUITSSeries-Parallel SwitchingMulti-Shift Series-Parallel SwitchingThree-Level Transition CircuitFour-Branch Three-Level SwitchingSUPERCAPACITORS FOR HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMSHybridization of Battery and Supercapacitors for EVsPower Electronic InterfacesPassive Cascaded ConfigurationActive Cascaded ConfigurationParallel Active ConfigurationMultiple-Input Converter TopologyDual-Source Bidirectional ConvertersMultiple Dual-Active Bridge ConvertersSizing of HESS for an EVPower and Energy Ratings of EV powertrainBattery and SC SizingLoad Power AllocationRule-Based Power AllocationFrequency-Based Power AllocationCASE STUDIES ON AN ELECTRIC VEHICLEBattery and SC Bank SizingHESS Control SchemesPower Converter ControlPower Allocation ControlHESS Drive Cycle AnalysisCONCLUDING REMARKSREFERENCESFront-End Power Converter Topologies for Plug-In Electric VehiclesINTRODUCTIONAC-DC PFC CONVERTER TOPOLOGIESFull Bridge with Enabling Window Controlling MethodFull-Bridge SEPIC PFC ConverterZero-Voltage Switching Interleaved Boost PFC ConverterQuasis Active Full-Bridge PFC ConverterA Simple Bidirectional AC-DC ConverterBridgeless High PFC AC-DC ConverterLLC Resonant Full-Bridge ConverterBridgeless Interleaved (BLIL) PFC ConverterImproved Buck PFC ConverterDC-DC BIDIRECTIONAL CONVERTER TOPOLOGIESNon-Isolated Bidirectional ConverterIsolated Bidirectional ConvertersCONFIGURATION OF AN EV-BASED ONLINE UPSPower Circuit DesignSIMULATION RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONSCONCLUSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTREFERENCESAdvanced and Comprehensive Control Methods in Wind Energy SystemsINTRODUCTIONWIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMSFixed-Speed Wind Energy Conversion SystemsVariable-Speed Wind Energy Conversion SystemsWound Rotor Inductor GeneratorDoubly Fed Induction GeneratorPermanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (PMSG)PITCH CONTROL METHODINERTIAL CONTROL METHODDIRECT CURRENT VECTOR CONTROL METHOD OF DFIGGSC ControllerRotor Side Converter (RSC) ControlSLIDING MODE CONTROL METHODMODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL METHODCOORDINATED CONTROL METHODDISCUSSIONSREFERENCESConverter-Based Advanced Diagnostic and Monitoring Technologies for Offshore Wind TurbinesINTRODUCTIONDIAGNOSTIC AND MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES FOR WIND POWER GENERATORSWinding Insulation FaultsCurrent-Based Diagnostic Technologies for Winding Insulation FaultsVoltage-Based Diagnostic Technologies for Winding Insulation FaultsWinding Asymmetry FaultsWinding Open- and Short-Circuit FaultsBearing FaultsFeatures of Stator Current Signature Due to Bearing FaultsDifferent Methods of Converter-Based Bearing Fault DiagnosticsComparison of Four Typical Diagnostic ResultsDiagnostic Results of Power SpectraDiagnostic Results of the EPVADiagnostic Results of Hilbert Demodulation-Based Envelop AnalysisDiagnostic Results of Modulation Signal Bispectrum AnalysisSummary of the Four Data Processing MethodsAir Gap EccentricityCurrent-Based Diagnostic Technologies for Air Gap Eccentricity FaultsTorque/Power-Based Diagnostic Technologies for Air Gap Eccentricity FaultsDIAGNOSTIC AND MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES OF POWER CONVERTERS FOR WIND TURBINESOpen-Circuit Fault DiagnosticsMonitoring and Diagnostics for Switch DevicesMonitoring and Diagnostics for DC Voltage and SensorsDIAGNOSTIC AND MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES IN SYSTEM LEVEL FOR WIND TURBINESDiagnostic and Monitoring Technology Based on Power CurveDiagnostic and Monitoring Technology Based on Extreme Learning MachineDiagnostic and Monitoring Technology Based on Intelligent AlgorithmOther Diagnostic and Monitoring MethodsSUMMARYREFERENCESA Comprehensive Stability Analysis of Multi-Converter-Based DC MicrogridsINTRODUCTIONDESIGN OF DC MICROGRIDDesign of DC-DC Buck ConverterBasic Configuration and Parameter Selection of a Buck ConverterConventional PI ControllerVerification Using Time-Domain SimulationDESIGN OF DC-DC BOOST CONVERTERBasic Configuration and Parameter SelectionPI Controller Design and VerificationDC LINK CAPACITOR DESIGNMETHODOLOGIES FOR STABILITY ASSESSMENTImpedance AnalysisTime-Domain SimulationFast Fourier Transform AssessmentNUMERICAL RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONMicrogrid Topology I (One Source and Three Loads)Microgrid Topology II (Two Sources and Three Loads in Series Configuration)Microgrid Topology III (Two Sources and Three Loads in Parallel Configuration)DISCUSSIONCONCLUSIONREFERENCESStability of Remote Microgrids: Control of Power ConvertersINTRODUCTIONBACKGROUND AND MOTIVATIONSTABILITY ISSUES DUE TO NONLINEARITYTHYRISTOR SWITCHED CAPACITORFAULTSSTABILITY IMPROVEMENT BY NONLINEAR CONTROLLERS OF THE REMOTE MICROGRIDFuzzy Controller vs. proportional-intecral-derivative ControllerFuzzy Logic ControllerPID ControllerANFIS ControllerSTATIC NONLINEAR CONTROLLERSIMULATION RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONFuzzy Logic Controller and PID ControllerFuzzy Logic Controller, ANFIS Controller and Static ControllerSUMMARYREFERENCESMixed AC/DC System Stability under UncertaintyINTRODUCTIONSTRUCTURE OF THE HYBRID MICROGRIDPower ConvertersCONTROL STRATEGIES IN HMGPrimary Control TechniquesVSC Control System in DQ Reference FrameDC-DC Converter Control SchemesCASE STUDIES: HMG RESILIENCY EVALUATION AGAINST GRID UNCERTAINTIESDisturbance In Wind Velocity And Solar IrradianceDisturbance In Wind Velocity (Case ll-A)Disturbance In Solar Irradiance (Case ll-B)Unplanned Islanding (Case ll-C)Stochastic Load Chance (Case ll-D)Fault Analysis (Case ll-E)SUMMARYREFERENCES
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