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Sliding Mode Controller for Three-Phase Hybrid Active Power Filter with Photovoltaic Application

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This paper presents a new three-phase hybrid active power filter configuration that interconnects a passive high-pass filter in parallel with an active power filter and a photovoltaic system. The proposed configuration can improves the filtering performance of the conventional active power filter, as well as simultaneously supply the power from the photovoltaic arrays to the load and utility. This paper will describe the proposed hybrid active power filter control using sliding mode with photovoltaic system. The proposed technique effectively filters harmonics under 1 kHz but also higher frequency to achieve wideband harmonics compensation. The THD of source current is reduced from 30.09% to 1.95%. The result indicates that the sliding mode controller can track the reference signals and have good dynamic characteristics.

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A. Blorfan, J. Mercklé, D. Flieller, P. Wira and G. Sturtzer, "Sliding Mode Controller for Three-Phase Hybrid Active Power Filter with Photovoltaic Application," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2012, pp. 17-26. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2012.31003.

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