A model for estimating grid side harmonics of matrix converter based bi-directional IPT systems.
Weerasinghe, D. S. B.
Madawala, Udaya K.
Thrimawithana, D. J.
Vilathgamuwa, D. Mahinda.
Date of Issue2013
IEEE ECCE Asia Downunder (2013 : Melbourne, Australia)
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Matrix converter (MC) based bi-directional inductive power transfer (BD-IPT) systems are gaining popularity as an efficient and reliable technique with single stage grid integration as opposed to two stage grid integration of conventional grid connected BD-IPT systems. However MCs are invariably rich in harmonics and thus affect both power quality and power factor on the grid side. This paper proposes a mathematical model through which the grid side harmonics of MC based BD-IPT systems can accurately be estimated. The validity of the proposed mathematical model is verified using simulated results of a 3 kW BD-IPT system and results suggest that the MC based BD-IPT systems have a better power factor with higher power quality over conventional grid connected rectifier based systems.
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