A Fuzzy based Grid Contactless System for Matrix Converter
|International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering|
|© 2017 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal|
|Volume 4 Issue 5|
|Year of Publication : 2017|
|Authors : K.Mohamed muneer, S.Selvakumaran|
How to Cite?
K.Mohamed muneer, S.Selvakumaran, "A Fuzzy based Grid Contactless System for Matrix Converter," SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 4, no. 5, pp. ):12-18, 2017. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V4I5P103
Inductively coupled, bidirectional grid interfaces are gaining popularity as an attractive solution for vehicle-to-grid (v2g) and grid-to-vehicle (g2v) systems. However, such systems conventionally use a large, electrolytic dc-link capacitor as well as a large input inductor, leading to expensive, bulky, and less reliable systems. Fuzzy based grid contact less system for matrix converter are gaining popularity as an efficient and reliable technique. Moreover MCs are invariably rich in harmonics and thus affect both power quality and power factor on the grid side. although fuzzy based grid contact less system for matrix converter are proposed as an alternative, the matrix converter is an ac–ac power converter topology, mainly based on semiconductor switches with minimal requirements for passive components. Performance of such converter has been analyzed when driving linear load current fuzzy logic controllers. The matrix converter system that allows bidirectional power flow and it converts a voltage with a variable amplitude and frequency from a constant voltage of magnitude and frequency. Thus the proposed system employs a simpler switching strategy with a lower switching frequency and reduces the total harmonics. Effective simulation results shown by using MATLAB.
grid integration, inductive power transfer, matrix converter, fuzzy logic, wireless power transfer, Total harmonics distortion.
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