The Control of Grid-Connected Inverters in Microgrids

J Wang
Microgrids based on renewable power generation are under increasing develop-ment all over the world. Grid-connected inverters form an indispensable interface between the microgrids and power grid, to deliver the renewable energy into the grid by controlling the injected current. Inductor-capacitor-inductor (LCL) filters have been widely adopted to attenuate the high-frequency harmonics generated by the in-verters. However resonance of the LCL filters significantly affects the system control performance in terms of stability, transient response, grid synchronization,...
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