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Discrete-Time Tool for Stability Analysis of DC Power Electronics-Based Cascaded Systems

Abstract : DC distribution power systems are vulnerable to instability because of the destabilizing effect of converter-controlled constant power loads (CPLs) and input filters. Standard stability analysis tools based on averaging linearization techniques can be used only when the switching frequency of the converter is significantly higher than the cutoff frequency of the filter. However, dc distribution systems with a reduced size filter, and consequently a high cutoff frequency, are common in transportation applications. Conventional methods fail to detect instabilities in the system because they do not take into account the switching effect. To overcome this drawback, this paper proposes a discrete-time method to analyze the stability of dc distribution systems. This model is applied here to a dc power system with a CPL. The switching effects and the nonlinearities of the system model are taken into account with a simple discretization approach. The proposed method is able to predict the dynamic properties of the system, such as slow-scale and fast-scale instabilities. An active stabilizer is also included in the system model in order to extend the stability margin of the system. Finally, these observations are validated experimentally on a laboratory test bench.
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Mehdi Karbalaye Zadeh, Roghayeh Gavagsaz-Ghoachani, Jean-Philippe Martin, Serge Pierfederici, Babak Nahid-Mobarakeh, et al.. Discrete-Time Tool for Stability Analysis of DC Power Electronics-Based Cascaded Systems. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2017, 32 (1), pp.652 - 667. ⟨10.1109/TPEL.2016.2526740⟩. ⟨hal-01384186⟩



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