An Intelligent PI Controller-Based Hybrid Series Active Power Filter for Power Quality Improvement

Arjun Baliyan, Majid Jamil, M. Rizwan, Ibrahim Alsaidan, Muhannad Alaraj

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Abstract

The quality of power that is degrading day by day is an important issue for all the consumers. The important factor for this is harmonics in the voltage and current waveforms which can be resolved by the use of hybrid series active power filter. The combination consists of a series active power filter and a shunt passive filter connected in parallel to the load. The method used in this paper is for the purpose of achieving good harmonic compensation and reduced total harmonic distortion for various types of nonlinear loads as per the standards of IEEE 519. The proposed HSAPF technique uses the synchronous reference frame method for generating the compensating signal with an intelligent PI controller that uses particle swarm optimization (PSO) technique to obtain the required gain values needed to improve the steady state response of the system. The concept of vigorous HSAPF has been authenticated through MATLAB simulation analysis, and the results obtained validate the accuracy of the method for the different load conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Article number6565841
JournalMathematical Problems in Engineering
Volume2021
DOIs
StatePublished - 2021

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