Performance analysis of Multi-Level Inverter with Modified Control Strategy for Distributed Energy Resource Incorporation with Distribution System

Performance analysis of Multi-Level Inverter with Modified Control Strategy for Distributed Energy Resource Incorporation with Distribution System

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  • S SHALINI, G VINOTH KUMAR
  • SUBMITTED

  • 2020
  • PUBLISHED MONTH

  • September-October
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    Distributed generation (DG) provides stability to system reducing
    the power generation from plants running with fossil fuels. With the
    advancements in power electronics, integration of distributed generation
    became simple and cost effective. This paper illustrates the scheme of
    integrating of photo-voltaic (PV) system as distributed generation to microgrid.
    PV system is integrated to grid with three-level inverter and five-level
    cascaded H-Bridge inverter to invert the type of supply synchronized to grid.
    Inverter will be controlled with simple current control strategy. Results were
    presented for the proposed work considering cases like DG sending only active
    power and DG injecting both active and reactive power through three-level and
    five-level inverter topologies. Total harmonic distortion in source current and
    voltage of grid reduce when using multi- level topology. Rate of change in
    voltage also reduces resulting in reduced filters when level at output of inverter
    is increased.
    Keywords - Distributed generation (DG), integration, photo-voltaic (PV),
    three-level, five-level
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    Performance analysis of Multi-Level Inverter with Modified Control Strategy for Distributed Energy Resource Incorporation with Distribution System