Evaluation of Nonlinearity and Complexity in SSTs Systems
This paper addresses the complexity and nonlinear dynamics that may arise in solid state transformers (SST). SST in contrast to the conventional transformer is prone to nonlinear and complex dynamics due to incorporation of power electronic (PE) converter and devices. This is because of nonlinear nature, interdependence and coupling, and feedbacks (e.g. control) of these converters. In this paper, the nonlinear and complex behavior of a SST connected to the power grid will be investigated by presenting some test results in normal or extreme operation of system. Then a methodology of complexity quantification will be proposed, which is a refinement of a popular measure called approximate entropy (ApEn). This methodology will be used to interpret some complex behavior of SST system. The detailed model and control scheme of SST including AC/DC rectifier, Dual Active Bridge (DAB) converter and DC/AC inverter are developed to enable dynamic system level simulation.
T. El-Mezyani et al., "Evaluation of Nonlinearity and Complexity in SSTs Systems," Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Systems Conference (2012, Vancouver, Canada), pp. 428-434, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Mar 2012.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/SysCon.2012.6189460
6th IEEE International Systems Conference (2012: Mar. 19-22, Vancouver, Canada)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
AC/DC Rectifiers; Approximate Entropy; Complex Behavior; Complex Dynamics; Complexity; Control Schemes; Conventional Transformer; DC/AC Inverters; Detailed Models; Dual Active Bridges; Non-Linearity; Nonlinear Nature; Power Grids; Solid State Transformer (SST); SSTs; System Level Simulation; Convergence Of Numerical Methods; Dynamics; Electric Rectifiers; Entropy; Nonlinear Feedback; Nonlinear Dynamics; Stability
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