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ENHANCEMENT OF POWER QUALITY

USING DSTATCOM WITH PI AND


FUZZY CONTROLLERS
Submitted by
M. SAI PRAVALLIKA (15321A0239)
E. SINDHU (16325A0210)
P. JAHNAVI (15321A0216)
B. VARSHITHA (15321A0260)

Under the guidance of


S. ASHA KIRANMAI, M.E., (Ph.D) (OUCE)
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contents
• Aim
• Circuit diagram
• Uncompensated line with inductive load
• Output for uncompensated line with inductive load
• Uncompensated line with capacitive load
• Output for uncompensated line with capacitive load
• Uncompensated line with inductive and capacitive loads
• Compensated line with DSTATCOM
• Sub-circuit of VSC
• Sub-circuit of Voltage controller with PI controller
• Work done
• Future work
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AIM
• To enhance power quality by reducing the voltage
swell and voltage sag using DSTATCOM with PI and
Fuzzy controllers.

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Circuit diagram

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UNCOMPENSATED LINE WITH inductive LOAD
. +
i
-

+ -i
A A A
N B B B
i
C C C +
-
Three-Phase A a A a
Source Distribution line
B b B b
C c C c
+
v
-

+
Discre te ,
Ts = 5e -005 s. v

B
A

C
B
A
-

C
powe rgui

+
voltages and currents Heavy load
v Light load
-

In R MS

Product
Discrete
RMS value
11000

Constant

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OUTPUT FOR uncompensated line
with INDUCTIVE LOAD

Voltage
(v)

.
Current (A)

RMS
voltage in
pu

time in sec
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UNCOMPENSATED LINE WITH capacitive LOAD
+ -i

+ i
-
A A A
N B B B
i
C C C + -
Three-Phase Distribution line A a A a
Source
B b B b
C c C c
+

v
-

Discre te ,
Ts = 5e -005 s. +

powe rgui v

B
A

A
-

C
+
voltages and currents Light load Capacitor Bank
v
-

In R MS
Product
-C-
Discrete
RMS value
Constant

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OUTPUT FOR uncompensated line
with CAPACITIVE LOAD
.

Voltage (v)

Current (A)

RMS voltage
in pu

Time in sec

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Uncompensated line WITH INDUCTIVE AND CAPACITIVE
LOADS
i
+ -

+ i
-
A A A
N B B B
C C C + -i
A a A a A a
Three-Phase Distribution line
Source. B b B b B b

C c C c C c
+
v
-

Discre te ,
Ts = 5e -005 s. +

powe rgui v

B
A

C
B

B
A

A
-

C
+ Heavy Load
voltages and currents light load Capacitor Bank
v
-

In R MS
Product
11000
Discrete
RMS value Constant

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COMPENSATED LINE WITH DSTATCOM

In RMS

Product voltages and currents


11000
A A A A Vabc
Constant
N B B B Iabc
C C C B a

Three phase supply Distribution line b

C c

B
A

A
C

C
Discrete, 1
Ts = 1e-006s s. Vabc (pu)1
Vabc 1 Vabc (pu)1

b
powergui

a
c

c
A
Vabc(pu)
Iabc 2 Iabc(pu)1
Iabc(pu)

B
A

A
B a A a A a

C
a Conn2 1
Conn2
b B b B b b
C
c C c C c c

VSC Light load Capacitive bank


Transformer 2
Iabc(pu)1

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Sub-circuit of VSC
+
v
-

g + Scope1
1
+ i +
a - A v
3 N 2 -
B
b Conn2
4 C - Vdc
c
Inverter
Fi l ter

1 Vabc (pu)
f req
Vabc (pu)1 Sig na l(s ) P uls e s 1
2 Iabc(pu)
z
Iabc(pu)1 T ermi nator PWM Generator Uni t Del ay
Vabc_inv
In3

Vol tage control l er Gai n

-k

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Sub-circuit of Voltage controller WITH
PI CONTROLLER 1

Fre q freq
1
Vabc (pu) Va bc (pu) wt
Terminator
Sin_C os

3-phase PLL

2 -1 a bc
Id dq0
Iabc(pu) dq0
Gain1 Iq a bc 2
sin_cos
PI sin_cos
Vabc_inv
abc_to_dq0
Transformation 4. PI Id regulator dq0_to_abc
Transformation

3 PI
In3
1. PI Vdc regulator PI
1
3. PI Iq regulator 0
Vdc ref
Constant

signa l rm s PI
Terminator1

2
RMS

Terminator2

Constant1

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Work done
 Simulink circuits of uncompensated line (without DSTATCOM) with
inductive and capacitive loads are modelled in Matlab and output
waveforms are observed.

 Simulink circuit of compensated line with DSTATCOM using PI


controller is modelled .

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FUTURE WORK
To obtain the output waveforms of compensated lines
with DSTATCOM using PI controller.

Comparison of the results obtained using PI Controller


with the fuzzy logic.

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