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DC-link voltage controller design for grid side AC-DC converter.

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Elif Berna Özeren

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Hello,
I want to learn somethings about DC-link voltage controller design for grid side AC-DC
converter. Can someone say something about this?
 

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do you mean like having a 3-phase controlled rectifier and you change the firing angle to acheive the variable DC voltage you want?

well, at least i said something :)
 

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I understand that the question is about control of an active front end with sine pwm as sketched in the below diagram.

You'll find a lot of literature under the key words "active front end control(ler)". I think it's inappropriate to retell the text books and scientic papers about the basics of this topology.

 

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