2022 Volume E105.C Issue 11 Pages 667-674
In the conventional single-phase PWM rectifier, the sinusoidal fluctuating current and voltage on the grid side will generate power ripple with a doubled grid frequency which leads to a secondary ripple in the DC output voltage, and the switching frequency of the conventional model predictive control strategy is not fixed. In order to solve the above two problems, a control strategy for suppressing the secondary ripple based on the three-vector fixed-frequency model predictive current control is proposed. Taking the capacitive energy storage type single-phase PWM rectifier as the research object, the principle of its active filtering is analyzed and a model predictive control strategy is proposed. Simulation and experimental results show that the proposed strategy can significantly reduce the secondary ripple of the DC output voltage, reduce the harmonic content of the input current, and achieve a constant switching frequency.