When designing and building power systems that contain power electronic switching sources and loads, system integrators must consider the frequency-dependent impedance characteristics at an interface to ensure system stability. Stability criteria have been developed in terms of source and load impedance for both dc and ac systems and it is often necessary to measure system impedance through experiments. Traditional injection-based impedance measurement techniques require multiple online tests which lead to many disadvantages. The impedance identification method proposed in this paper greatly reduces online test time by modeling the system with recurrent neural networks. The recurrent networks are trained with measured signals from the system with only one injection. The measurement and identification processes for dc and three-phase ac interfaces are developed. Simulation tests demonstrate the effectiveness of this new technique.
P. Xiao et al., "A Novel Impedance Measurement Technique for Power Electronic Systems," Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jun 2007.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/PESC.2007.4342117
2007 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Electric Impedance Measurement; Power Electronics; Power Engineering Computing; Power System Stability; Recurrent Neural Nets
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01 Jun 2007