Simulation on Consumers Mode of Operation on Electric Propulsion System


Authors : Kiran Reddy Masarla

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3TmGbDi

Scribd : https://bit.ly/3JX1Rl8

DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7780020

Abstract : - Electric vehicles (EV) have recently gained much popularity as a green alternative to fossil-fuel cars and a demand response tool to support high penetration of renewable energy sources in future smart grid. In this paper, the simulation of the grid-to-vehicle (Battery charging) is carried out. The power handling of ThreePhase AC/DC converter is 10kw, DC Bus Voltage is maintained at 800V, grid voltage of 415V(rms) and switching frequency of 10kHz. The DC-DC converter and AC/DC Converter with detailed control methodology have been done in simulation. The Control techniques used in paper are done by Clarke, Park, and InversePark Transformation method. The passive LCL filters are used to reduce harmonic distortion in the Grid side of the converter. The PWM Technique are used to reduce the harmonics, in paper the THD comparison of the SPWM, SVPWM, DPWMMIN, DPWMMAX are simulated. The simulation results in this paper shows the consumer mode of operation on Electric Vehicle.

Keywords : Electric Vehicle, G2V, Park and Inverse Park Transformation, Clarke Transformation, Phase Locked Loop, SPWM, SVPWM, DPWMAX, DPWMMIN, Buck-Boost Converter, AC/DC Converter, Filters.

- Electric vehicles (EV) have recently gained much popularity as a green alternative to fossil-fuel cars and a demand response tool to support high penetration of renewable energy sources in future smart grid. In this paper, the simulation of the grid-to-vehicle (Battery charging) is carried out. The power handling of ThreePhase AC/DC converter is 10kw, DC Bus Voltage is maintained at 800V, grid voltage of 415V(rms) and switching frequency of 10kHz. The DC-DC converter and AC/DC Converter with detailed control methodology have been done in simulation. The Control techniques used in paper are done by Clarke, Park, and InversePark Transformation method. The passive LCL filters are used to reduce harmonic distortion in the Grid side of the converter. The PWM Technique are used to reduce the harmonics, in paper the THD comparison of the SPWM, SVPWM, DPWMMIN, DPWMMAX are simulated. The simulation results in this paper shows the consumer mode of operation on Electric Vehicle.

Keywords : Electric Vehicle, G2V, Park and Inverse Park Transformation, Clarke Transformation, Phase Locked Loop, SPWM, SVPWM, DPWMAX, DPWMMIN, Buck-Boost Converter, AC/DC Converter, Filters.

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