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V. Fernão Pires ◽  
Armando Cordeiro ◽  
Daniel Foito ◽  
J. Fernando Silva

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
pp. 752-761
Puyu Wang ◽  
Pengcheng Liu ◽  
Ningqiang Jiang ◽  
Xiao-Ping Zhang ◽  
Shihua Feng ◽  

Hessam Keshtkar Vanashi ◽  
Farideh Doost Mohammadi ◽  
Vishal Verma ◽  
Jignesh Solanki ◽  
Sarika Khushalani Solanki

Hongfei Xiao ◽  
Guangyu Liu ◽  
Jinfeng Huang ◽  
Shuaiqing Hou ◽  
Ling Zhu

Energies ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 365
Wei Hu ◽  
Yu Shen ◽  
Zhichun Yang ◽  
Huaidong Min

The smart transformer has been widely applied for the integration of renewables and loads. For the smart transformer application, the voltage control of low-voltage inverter is important for feeding the load. In this paper, a multi-objective optimization control design approach which comprehensively considers all aspects of indexes, such as linear quadratic (LQ) index, H∞ norm, and closed-loop poles placement, is proposed based on the linear matrix inequality (LMI) solution. The proposed approach is able to alleviate the weight of the designer from the tedious design process of the multiple resonant controllers and the selection of the weighting matrix for the LQ control. Besides that, some excellent performances such as fast recovering time, low total harmonic distortion (THD) and high robustness are achieved by the proposed approach. The THD are 0.5% and 1.7% for linear and non-linear loads, respectively. The voltage drop for linear load step is reduced to 10 V. The proposed approach is applied to a 5 kVA three-phase inverter to yield an optimal control law. Results from the simulation and experiment presented herein will illustrate and validate the proposed approach.

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (2) ◽  
Ali Abdulsattar Hussein

Abstract This paper studies the construction of a compact one-dimension-sensing iscreased bandwidth photonic accelerometer using cascaded groups of continued sections of a 50 ng seismic mass each attached to the silicon beams of two under etched slot waveguide electrostatic phase shift elements acting as voltage-controlled adaptive-precision springs. The accelerometer sensitivity is shown to be significantly increased by applying equal electrode voltages. Simulation results indicate that the sensitivity dynamic range is about 76 dB combining both open-loop and closed-loop voltage control of the sensor. The operation bandwidth of the accelerometer may be increased up to 250 kHz due to the cascaded multi-section architecture of the sensor. This advantage gives significant relief to the limitation in bandwidth response of single section counterparts. The sensor may be designed to detect impact accelerations up to 104 ms−2 and yet can still be electrostatically driven to detect sub-gravitational accelerations. The application of negative feedback voltage control to hold the seismic mass at close distances from a standstill is shown to significantly increase the acceleration detection range. The construction uses all in-plane components based on a silicon-on-insulator template with 300 nm of silicon core thickness. The proposed electromechanical suspension system and the electric feeding arrangements are the most simple. The accelerometer performance is theoretically deterministic. The study is based on performing numerical analysis for the electromechanical suspension system. The waveguides are simulated utilizing the VPIphotonics industry standard. Applications may include the automobile and aerospace industries, underwater sonar, industrial ultrasonic detection, seismology predictions, and medical ultrasonography. Article Highlights The cascading of compact high-speed accelerometer sections allows increasing the bandwidth response of the proposed sensor by many folds compared to its single-mass single-section counterparts. The suspension structure is electrostatically controlled by two voltages enabling widely controlling the sensitivity and detection range of the accelerometer. The proposed accelerometer may fit wide applications achieving high detection speeds and super sensitivities utilizing a small footprint and power-efficient structure.

Diego de S. de Oliveira ◽  
Gustavo Cezimbra B. Leal ◽  
João Adolpho V. da Costa ◽  
Emanuel L. van Emmerik ◽  
Fábio A. L. Alves ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 202 ◽  
pp. 107572
Zhiyu Wei ◽  
Ke Peng ◽  
Chuanliang Xiao ◽  
Yan Li ◽  
Xueshen Zhao ◽  

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