Design and implementation of three-phase current sensorless control for PFC bridge converter with considering voltage drops of power semiconductors

Hung-Chi Chen*, Che Yu Lu, Guan Ting Li

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Abstract

Three-phase bridge converter is popular in ac-dc power conversion. The conventional sensor control with inner current loop and outer voltage loop is often used to control the three-phase bridge converter. Many three-phase sensorless control methods had been proposed to control the bridge converter with considering the inductance and inductor resistance. In this paper, the voltage drop of the power semiconductor is first considered in the proposed three-phase current sensorless control method. At first, the dynamic behaviors of three-phase bridge converter for power factor correction (PFC) applications are studied, and its equivalent three-switch model is developed. Based on this developed model, three-phase current sensorless control with only voltage controller is proposed. Additionally, the voltage-loop transfer function of PFC bridge converter controlled by the proposed method is modeled, and the result is helpful to obtain the controller parameter. The proposed control method is implemented on the DSP-based platform for evaluation. Finally, the provided simulation and experimental results demonstrate the performance of the proposed method.

Original languageEnglish
Article number8322298
Pages (from-to)9234-9242
Number of pages9
JournalIEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
Volume65
Issue number12
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Dec 2018

Keywords

  • Current sensorless control
  • power factor (PF) correction

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