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  • The Growing state of distributed generation and microgrids in the Ibero-American region: a view from the RIGMEI network

     Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Gomes, Mario; Mercado, Pedro; Moreira, Carlos; Negroni Vera, Juan José; Sosa, Jorge; Zambroni de Sousa, Antonio Carlos
    IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference and Exposition
    p. 1-6
    Presentation's date: 2014-09-11
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    The Ibero-American Network of Distributed Generation and Intelligent Electrical Microgrids is a thematic network of the CYTED programme that performs cooperation activities between leading companies and research groups of the Ibero-American countries in the renewable energy area. This paper presents the results and conclusions of a study carried out recently by the network, which focused on the state of penetration of the distributed generation and the electrical microgrids in the Ibero-American countries that collaborate with the network. A list of these countries, together with the contact details of the main researchers, can be found in Apendix I.

  • Centre d'enginyeria de processos, energia i medi ambient

     Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Graells Sobre, Moises; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis; Pérez Moya, Montserrat; de la Hoz Casas, Jordi; Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Roca Mussons, Fco. Javier; Martin Cañadas, Maria Elena; Perales Lorente, Jose Francisco; Gallego Piñol, Eva; Guzman Sola, Ramon; Momeneh, Arash; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Morales Lopez, Javier; Shokry, Ahmed F.; Diaz Molina, Jorge Ariel; Hjaila, Kefah; Silvente Saiz, Javier; Medina Gonzalez, Sergio Armando; Dombayci, Canan; Lupera Calahorrano, Gicela; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
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  • Active damping control for a three phase grid-connected inverter using sliding mode control

     Guzman Sola, Ramon; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
    p. 382-387
    DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2013.6699166
    Presentation's date: 2013-11-12
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    This paper proposes a new active damping method based on virtual resistors for three-phase grid connected voltage source inverters (VSI) with LCL filter. The use of this filters is a standard solution to provide the proper attenuation to the sideband voltage harmonics of the modulation signal. However these grid filters can introduce an unstable dynamics if a passive or active damping is not properly introduced. The passive damping solution causes a decrease of the overall efficiency due to the associated losses and reduces the filter effectiveness but in contrast no more extra sensors are needed. Active damping methods are more efficient because they don't introduce losses but suffers from control and system complexity because in some cases a high number of sensors are needed. The proposed strategy employs a nonlinear sliding mode control (SMC) scheme in natural frame in combination with a Kalman filter to emulate a resistor in the LCL filter which damps the system actively without the use of extra sensors. Two current controllers are designed in order to control the active and reactive power independently and a voltage controller is designed to control the neutral point which is fixed with a third harmonic voltage in order to increase the control dynamic range.

    This paper proposes a ne w active damping method based on virtual resistors for three-phase grid connected voltage source inverters (VSI) with LCL filter. The use of this filters is a standard solution to provide the proper attenuation to the sideband voltage harmonics of the modulation signal. However these grid filters can introduce an unstable dynamics if a passive or active damping is not pr operly introduced. The passive damping solution causes a decrease of the overall efficiency due to the associated losses and reduces the filter effectiveness but in contrast no more extra sensors are needed. Active damping methods are more efficient because they don’t introduce losses but suffers from control and system complexity because in some cases a high number of sensors are needed. The proposed strategy employs a nonlinear sliding mode control (SMC) scheme in natural frame in combination with a Kalman filter to emulate a resistor in the LCL filter which damps the system actively without the use of extra sensors. Two current controllers are designed in order to control the active and reactive power independently and a voltage controller is designed to control the neutral point which is fixed with a third harmonic vol tage in order to increase the control dynamic range.

  • Control strategies based on effective power factor for distributed generation power plants during unbalanced grid voltage

     Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Guzman Sola, Ramon; de Sousa Pérez, Óscar; Marti Colom, Pau; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
    p. 7134-7139
    DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2013.6700318
    Presentation's date: 2013-11-13
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    Unbalanced voltages in three-phase power systems is a common perturbation propagated along the grid. Distributed Generation plants have gained widespread attention due to their capability to improve power quality in a distributed manner, including voltage unbalance mitigation. A conventional control strategy to command power plants during balanced grid voltages, is the use of power factor to inject/absorb reactive power depending on grid conditions. Advanced control strategies during unbalanced grid voltages can be selected prioritizing positive or negative sequence active and reactive power. This selection determines the voltage support service and therefore can improve the voltage profile, i.e. phase-voltages can be properly supported and voltage imbalance simultaneously corrected. Based on the definition of effective power factor in IEEE 1459 Standard, the reactive power needed for any control strategy is obtained and the resulting effects are described.

  • Mixing local and distributed reactive power control for balancing inverters' effort in grid-connected photovoltaic systems

     Velasco Garcia, Manuel; Marti Colom, Pau; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    International Conference in Sustainability Science
    p. 708-713
    DOI: 10.1109/ICoSC.2013.6750937
    Presentation's date: 2013-10
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    Reactive power control methods have been proven to be a successful technique for maintaining voltages of photovoltaic (PV) distributed generators (DG) within the admissible limits without enforcing to reduce the production of active power. Usually the control goal is achieved at the expenses of stressing PV inverters unequally. As a consequence, inverters deteriorate at different velocities. This paper presents a mixed local and distributed control strategy that aims at balancing the effort posed by each inverter while achieving the control goal. The local control is a drop-like method that locates inverters' voltages within the permissible voltage levels. Simultaneously, the distributed control, making use of a communication infrastructure, is in charge of driving the DG system to the point where all connected inverters inject the same current, thus balancing the stress between them.

  • Mixing local and distributed reactive power control for balancing inverters¿ effort in grid-connected photovoltaic systems

     Velasco Garcia, Manuel; Marti Colom, Pau; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    International Conference on Systems and Control
    Presentation's date: 2013-10-29
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    Reactive power control methods have been proven to be a successful technique for maintaining voltages of photo-voltaic (PV) distributed generators (DG) within the admissible limits without enforcing to reduce the production of active power. Usually the control goal is achieved at the expenses of stressing PV inverters unequally. As a consequence, inverters deteriorate at different velocities. This paper presents a mixed local and distributed control strategy that aims at balancing the effort posed by each inverter while achieving the control goal. The local control is a drop-like method that locates inverters’voltages within the permissible voltage levels. Simultaneously, the distributed control, making use of a communication infrastructure, is in charge of driving the DG system to the point where all connected inverters inject the same current, thus balancing the stress between them.

  • CONTROL COOPERATIVO PARA LA GESTION OPTIMA DE LA ENERGIA EN MICRORREDES ELECTRICAS

     Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Font Mateu, Josep; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Guzman Sola, Ramon; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Ortega Garcia, Carlos; Borrell Sanz, Angel; pellitero rodriguez, carlos; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
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  • Red Iberoamericana de Generación Distribuida y Microrredes Eléctricas Inteligentes (713RT0475)

     Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; de la Hoz Casas, Jordi; Font Mateu, Josep; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Guzman Sola, Ramon; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume
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  • Distributed reactive power control methods to avoid voltage rise in grid-connected photovoltaic power generation systems

     Marti Colom, Pau; Velasco Garcia, Manuel; Fuertes Armengol, José Mª; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 1-6
    DOI: 10.1109/ISIE.2013.6563803
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    A high density of grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) power generation systems is expected to occur in urban areas. The connection of distributed generation (DG) may cause serious problems in the distribution system such as voltage rise. Several voltage control strategies exist to avoid the over-voltage at the power grid. In particular, reactive power control methods have been proved to successfully bring DGs voltages within the admissible voltage range without reducing the production of active power. In addition, the possible use of communication infrastructure to link DGs opens up the development of new reactive power control methods where control actions at each DG may be decided using both local and global information. This paper presents a comparative study of existing and novel distributed reactive power control methods that have been designed exploiting the information exchange facility provided by a communication infrastructure.

    A high density of grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) power generation systems is expected to occur in urban areas. The connection of distributed generation (DG) may cause serious problems in the distribution system such as voltage rise. Several voltage control strategies exist to avoid the over-voltage at the power grid. In particular, reactive power control methods have been proved to successfully bring DGs voltages within the admissible voltage range without reducing the production of active power. In addition, the possible use of communication infrastructure to link DGs opens up the development of new reactive power control methods where control actions at each DG may be decided using both local and global information. This paper presents a comparative study of existing and novel distributed reactive power control methods that have been designed exploiting the information exchange facility provided by a communication infrastructure.

  • Reactive power control for voltage support during type C voltage-sags

     Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Alarcon Cot, Eduardo Jose; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Marti Colom, Pau
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
    p. 3462-3467
    DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2012.6389343
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-27
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  • On the use of communication infrastructure in distributed power generation: a preliminary case study

     Marti Colom, Pau; Velasco Garcia, Manuel; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Camacho Santiago, Antonio
    IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation
    p. 1-4
    DOI: 10.1109/ETFA.2012.6489730
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-19
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    Penetration of distributed power generation poses new problems in energy distribution. For example, photovoltaic generation systems may difficult the voltage management in distribution lines and voltage rise may occur. To overcome this problem, several voltage control strategies are available and they can be classified as autonomous or distributed regarding whether communication is available between dispersed generators. Through a preliminary case study, this paper investigates the impact that the communication infrastructure has for a given distributed voltage control strategy. Communication issues like transmission rate, delays, and losses are analyzed with respect to the voltage control application performance.

  • CONTROLADOR DE HISTÉRESIS DE BAJO COSTE PARA CONVERTIDOR BUCK SÍNCRONO MULTIFASE  Open access

     Borrell Sanz, Ángel
    Department of Electronic Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    The multiphase synchronous buck converter is universally used today for powering low voltage, high current and high slew-rate loads, such as CPUs and other high performance digital ICs. This converter demands control techniques with high dynamical response in order to face large and fast load transients. In this regard, hysteretic regulators represent an excellent option due to their immediate reaction, unlimited duty cycle and outstanding capacity for handling large signal regimes. The main contributions of much published work in the field of multiphase hysteretic controllers are current sharing and phase interleaving. However, the author is not aware of any studies describing a control scheme that integrates the main control functions for powering such demanding loads: output voltage regulation, adaptive voltage positioning, current sharing and phase interleaving. Nor is there a design methodology based on the closed-loop output impedance. This design would optimize the output voltage transient response and, in this way, the entire voltage tolerance window of the processor would be exploited. Thus, this research work presents a novel hysteretic controller for a multi-phase synchronous buck converter supplying low voltage, high current and high slew-rate loads along with a design methodology based on closed-loop output impedance analysis. The single-phase hysteretic controller is the start point for this research work. Several authors have extensively treated the single-phase hysteretic controller. In this regard, a review of a low-cost single-phase control scheme is carried out first. The main feature of this controller is the lack of current sensing and processing circuitry in order to accomplish the adaptive voltage regulation. Then, the influence of variations of the inductor and output capacitor and the control parameters on the output impedance is studied. This has allowed for establishing a correspondence between each of the control parameters and the output filter components. The review finishes by implementing a synchronization system to achieve fixed switching frequency in steady state while maintaining the instantaneous reaction and optimal output-voltage response during transients. At this point, a novel low-cost hysteretic controller for multiphase synchronous buck converters is presented. Two design alternatives for the controller are proposed. The first uses an equivalent single-phase converter to design the control parameters. This approximation is valid as long as the deviations between the phases of the converter are within the usual limits (+/- 15 %). The second does the same considering the exact model of the converter, achieving resistive output impedance regardless of the differences that exist between the phases. Simulation and experimental results are reported in order to validate the features of the novel control scheme. From a practical point of view, the lack of current sensing and processing circuitry in the controller allow for a simple and low-cost implementation of the adaptive voltage positioning and current sharing with outstanding performance. The injection of an external synchronization signal has been proved to be a simple alternative in order to implement fixed switching frequency and phase interleaving operation. Finally, the proposed controller achieves similar characteristics to the high performance controllers intended for powering low voltage, high current and fast transient loads, but with the additional advantage of simplicity and low-cost circuit implementation.

    Actualmente, el convertidor buck síncrono multifase es universalmente utilizado para la alimentación de cargas dinámicas de baja tensión y elevada corriente como CPUs y otros circuitos integrados digitales de altas prestaciones. Este convertidor exige de técnicas de control con alta respuesta dinámica para hacer frente a los grandes y rápidos transitorios de carga a los que es sometido. A este respecto, los reguladores de histéresis representan una excelente opción debido a su reacción inmediata, ciclo de trabajo ilimitado y excepcional capacidad para manejar régimen de gran señal. Las principales aportaciones de la mayor parte de trabajos publicados en el campo de los controladores de histéresis multifase son distribución de corriente entre las fases y funcionamiento entrelazado. Sin embargo, el autor no tiene conocimiento de estudios que describan un esquema de control que integre las principales funciones de control para la alimentación de tales exigentes cargas: regulación de tensión de salida con posicionamiento adaptativo, distribución de corriente y funcionamiento entrelazado. Tampoco existe una metodología de diseño basada en la impedancia de salida de lazo cerrado. Este diseño optimiza la respuesta transitoria de la tensión de salida y, de este modo, se puede aprovechar toda la ventana de tolerancia del procesador. Por lo tanto, este trabajo de investigación presenta un novedoso controlador de histéresis para convertidor síncrono multifase destinado a alimentar cargas dinámicas de baja tensión y alta corriente, junto con una metodología de diseño basada en el análisis de la impedancia de salida de lazo cerrado. El controlador de la histéresis de una sola fase es el punto de partida de este trabajo de investigación. Varios autores han tratado ampliamente el controlador de histéresis de una sola fase. En este sentido, en primer lugar se lleva a cabo una revisión de un esquema de control de bajo coste de una sola fase. La característica principal de este controlador es la ausencia de circuitos de sensado y procesado de corriente para lograr la regulación de tensión adaptativa. El estudio de la influencia de las variaciones del inductor, condensador de salida y los parámetros de control y los componentes del filtro de salida. La revisión termina implementando un sistema de sincronización para lograr frecuencia fija de comunicación en estado estacionario, que mantiene la reacción instantánea y la respuesta transitoria óptima de la tensión de salida. Llegado a este punto, se presenta un controlador de histéresis de bajo coste para convertidores buck síncrono multifase. Se proponen dos alternativas de diseño para controlador. La primer a utiliza un equivalente de convertidor de una sola fase para diseñar los parámetros de control. Esta aproximación es válida siempre y cuando las desviaciones entre las fases del convertidor están dentro de los límites habituales (+/-15%). La segunda hace lo propio teniendo en cuenta el modelo exacto del convertidor, logrando impedancia de salida resistiva independientemente de las diferencias que existan entre las fases. Se presentan los resultados de simulación y experimentales con el fin de validar las características del esquema de control propuesto. Desde un punto de vista práctico, la ausencia de circuitos de sensado y procesado de corriente en el controlador permiten una implementación sencilla y de bajo coste para las funciones de regulación de tensión con posicionamiento adaptativo de reparto de corriente con buen rendimiento. La inyección de una señal de sincronización externa demuestra ser una alternativa simple a fin de obtener frecuencia fija de conmutación y funcionamiento entrelazado de las fases. Finalmente, el controlador propuesto alcanza características similares alos controladores destinados a la alimentación de cargas de baja tensión y alta dinámica con la ventaja adicional de la simplicidad y el bajo coste de implementación.

  • Control y gestión de una microrred basada en energía eólica con cargas locales

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Martin Cañadas, Maria Elena; Vasquez Quintero, Juan Carlos; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Matas Alcala, Jose; de la Hoz Casas, Jordi; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
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  • Decoupled sliding mode control for three-phase LCL VSI operating at fixed switching frequency

     Alarcon Gallo, Eduardo; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Camacho Santiago, Antonio
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 1572-1578
    DOI: 10.1109/ISIE.2012.6237326
    Presentation's date: 2012
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  • Fast grid synchronization technique based on a multiple cascaded general integrator scheme for distributed generation inverters

     Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Alarcon Gallo, Eduardo; Camacho Santiago, Antonio
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 1003-1010
    DOI: 10.1109/ISIE.2012.6237226
    Presentation's date: 2012
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    This paper proposes a new structure for grid synchronization based on generalized integrators (GI) that lead to fast detection of positive and negative components of the grid voltage. The GI are used as a band pass filter (GI-BPF) mainly to provide in-phase and quadrature components of grid voltage. The proposed structure consists in the cascaded connection of multiple GI-BPF to achieve a faster time response than a single GI-BPF but with the same bandwidth characteristics. This structure is used with a frequency locked loop and a positive sequence detector to operate under unbalanced voltage sags. Simulations and experimental results of a photovoltaic power system injecting power to the grid in the stationary reference frame are shown to validate this proposal. Comparisons between this proposal and one that uses a single GI-BPF in the sequence detector are provided. The results show that the proposed cascaded GI-BPF achieves a considerably time response reduction in the sequence grid detection under a fault with the same quality-filter characteristics.

  • Coordinated reactive power control for static synchronous compensators under unbalanced voltage sags

     Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Matas Alcala, Jose; Alarcon Gallo, Eduardo; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 987-992
    DOI: 10.1109/ISIE.2012.6237223
    Presentation's date: 2012
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    Unbalanced voltage sags strongly deteriorate the performance of power converters and electrical machines connected to the distribution network. In particular, a reduction of the power quality is noticed in these equipments, which is caused by a ripple in the output power and an increase of the current harmonic distortion. Several solutions based on reactive power compensation have been introduced to cope with this problem. Among them, static synchronous compensators have confirmed the superior performance due to the possibility of using all rated power exclusively to voltage support. This paper presents a simple reactive power control algorithm for static synchronous compensators operating under unbalanced voltage sags. The main feature of the proposed algorithm is that it allows a fine adjustment of the amount of reactive power injected by the positive- and negative-sequence components. Thus the control algorithm provides voltage support at the output of the static synchronous compensator. Specifically the proposed control conveniently corrects both the positive- and negative-sequence voltage. Selected simulation results are provided to validate the proposal.

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    A novel robust sliding mode controller for Half-bridge converter  Open access

     Hang, Lijun; Liu, Sensen; Lu, Zhengyu; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    International Power Electronics Conference
    p. 1618-1621
    DOI: 10.1109/IPEC.2010.5543578
    Presentation's date: 2010-06-23
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    This paper proposes one novel sliding mode controller for the Half-bridge converter to reduce the line and load disturbance. Based on the bilinear model of the Half-bridge DC/DC converter, the small signal model and the design consideration of the sliding mode controller for this converter are deduced and presented. The controller is simply implemented in the analog controller board. The validation of the controller is verified both by theory analysis and experimental results. By applying the novel sliding mode controller, the Half-bridge converter can achieve good transient response.

  • SISTEMA DE SUPERVISIÓN Y CONTROL PARA MICRORREDES INTELIGENTES

     Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Vasquez Quintero, Juan Carlos; Matas Alcala, Jose; Font Mateu, Josep; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Camacho Santiago, Antonio; Guzman Sola, Ramon; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Alarcon Gallo, Eduardo; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
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  • Hierarchical Control in Microgrids for the Integration of Decentralized Electrical Generators and Energy Storage Systems

     Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Muñoz Aguilar, Raul Santiago; Rocabert Delgado, Joan; Vasquez Quintero, Juan Carlos; Miret Tomas, Jaume; González, J.; Miró, I.; Sandia, J.; González, R.; Abellán, A.; Martínez, J. A.; Carranza, O.; Benavent, J. M.; Garcerá, Gabriel; Figueres, Emilio; Abellán, Antonio; Pascual, Marcos; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Matas Alcala, Jose; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria
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  • CONTROL DE SISTEMES ELECTRICS D'ENERGIA RENOVABLE

     Hermoso Costa, Juan Ramon; Aldabas Rubira, Emiliano; Vasquez Quintero, Juan Carlos; Jornet Alvarez, Atanasi; Rocabert Delgado, Joan; Candela Garcia, Jose Ignacio; Matas Alcala, Jose; Luna Alloza, Alvaro; Font Mateu, Josep; Rodriguez Cortes, Pedro; Rolan Blanco, Alejandro; Bogarra Rodriguez, Santiago; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
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  • Implementation of an adaptive sliding-mode control for a quantum series-resonant converter

     Fredrik, Van Der Pijl; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Pavol, Bauer
    European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications
    p. 1-10
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    Design of a multi-phase hysteretic regulator for low voltage applications  Open access

     Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    Barcelona Forum on Ph.D. Research in Electronic Engineering
    p. 41-42
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  • MODELOS PROMEDIADOS Y CONTROL NO LINEAL DE CONVERTIDORES RESONANTES ZVS.

     Sosa Avendaño, Jorge Luis
    Department of Electronic Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Dynamics analysis for the series-parallel resonant converter operating with SSPSM

     Sosa Avendaño, Jorge Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 895-890
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  • TECNIQUES DE CONTROL NO LINIAL APLICADES A CONVERTIDORS CONNECTATS EN PARAL·LEL A UNA MICROXARXA (ENE2006-15521-C03-01)

     Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Miret Tomas, Jaume
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  • Dynamic analysis and control design of the asymmetrical campled-mode dc-dc series resonant converter

     Sosa Avendaño, Jorge Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume
    The 32nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronic Society
    p. 2751-2756
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  • Analysis, design and practical evaluation of an input-output linearization controller for the CLL-T dc-dc resonant converter

     Sosa Avendaño, Jorge Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Berbel Artal, Nestor; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
    The 32nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronic Society
    p. 2593-2598
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  • Analysis, design and practical evaluation of an input-output linearization controller for the CLL-T dc-dc resonant converter

     Sosa Avendaño, Jorge Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Berbel Artal, Nestor; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis
    The 32nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronic Society
    p. 2593-2598
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  • Droop control method for the parallel operation of online UPS systems using resistive output impedance

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Berbel Artal, Nestor; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    Twenty-First Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC)
    p. 1716-1722
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  • Control techniques for the single magnetic push-pull forward converter with built-in input filter

     Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Jorge, L Sosa
    IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
    p. 769-774
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  • Control-oriented dynamic model of single magnetic push-pull forward converter with built-in input filter

     Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Jorge, Sosa; Alentorn Guixens, Alberto
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  • Simple feedback linearization controller to reduce audiosusceptibility and load disturbance in the full-bridge current doubler rectifier

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Berbel Artal, Nestor; Sosa, J; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
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  • One-Cycle Control for the Parallel Operation of Synchronous Buck Converters

     Berbel Artal, Nestor; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Jaime, Miret; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
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  • Sliding mode control for the fixed-frequency series resonant converter with asymmetrical clampled-mode modulation

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  • Experiencia piloto sobre el proceso de acreditación de una titulación de primer ciclo de ingeniería en la EPSEVG

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  • A High-Performance DSP-Controller for Parallel Operation of Online UPS Systems

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    19th annual IEEE applied power electronics conference and exposition
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  • Output Impedance Design of Parallel-Connected UPS Inverters

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Arias Pujol, Antoni; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Romeral Martinez, Jose Luis
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  • A Simple Sliding Mode Control of an Active Power Filter

     Miret Tomas, Jaume; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Cruz Vaquer, Juan; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria
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  • A sliding mode control of an active power filter

     Miret Tomas, Jaume; Lopez Lapeña, Oscar; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel; Matas Alcala, Jose; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria
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    Presentation's date: 2003-11-02
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  • Non-Linear Control of a Paralleled Half-Bridge Complementary-Control converter system with a single-wire current sharing

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  • A wireless load sharing controller to improve dynamic performance of parallel-connected ups inverters

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
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  • A Nonlinear Feedforward Control for the Half-Bridge Converter with Current-Doubler Rectifier

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    EPE Wind Energy Chapter
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  • A single wire load-sharing non-linear control of a paralleled half-bridge complementary-control converter design

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    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
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  • A Simple Constant-Frequency Nonlinear Controller to Enhance Transient Response in the Half-Bridge with Current-Doubler Rectifier

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Matas Alcala, Jose; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
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  • Discrete non-linear control of a PWM inverter

     Miret Tomas, Jaume; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
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  • Integral Control Technique for Single-Phase UPS Inverter

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
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  • DPI2003-06508-C02-0. DESARROLLO E INTEGRACIÓN DE TÉCNICAS DE CONTROL NO LINEAL APLICADAS A SISTEMAS DE ALIMENTACIÓN ININTERRUMPIDA CONECTADOS EN PARALELO

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  • A Nonlinear Feed-forward Control Technique for Single-Phase UPS Inverters

     Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Garcia de Vicuña Muñoz de la Nava, Jose Luis; Miret Tomas, Jaume; Matas Alcala, Jose; Castilla Fernandez, Miguel
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
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  • Analysis of a New Quantum Resonant Rectifier Topology with High-Quality Input Waveforms

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