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Título : Analysis of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems with DC Link Fault Ride-Through Capability
Autor(es) y otros: Georgious Zaher Georgious, Ramy
García García, Jorge
García Fernández, Pablo
Sumner, Mark
Palabras clave: Buck-boost converter;
Fault Ride-Through capability
Fecha de publicación : 2016
Resumen : In this work, a Fault Ride-Through control scheme for a non-isolated power topology for Hybrid Energy Storage Systems in a DC microgrid is presented. The Hybrid System is created from a Lithium-Ion Battery and a Supercapacitor Module coordinated to achieve a high-energy and high-power storage system; it is connected to a DC link to interface to the outer system. The power topology under consideration is based on the buckboost bidirectional converter, and it is controlled through a bespoke modulation scheme in order to obtain low losses in nominal operation. The operation of the proposed control during a DC link short-circuit failure is shown as well as a modification to the standard control in order to achieve Fault Ride-Through once the fault is over. The operation of the converter is theoretically developed and it is verified through simulation and experimental validation
Descripción : 2016 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE). 18 Sep - 22 Sep 2016, Milwaukee, WI, USA
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10651/39396
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