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Elimination of Harmonics in 12Pulse Diode Rectifier Using Current Source
Amit Kumar Suman (m.tech.)
Department of electrical engineering National institute of technology, Patna patna.india
Alok Ranjan
Assistant professor Department of electrical engineering National institute of technology, Patna
Abstract12pulse converters are generally used to supply high power industrial loads. Its ability to achieve dc output with very low harmonics to effectively and cheaply its use in the industry even as active front end becomes cheaper and more reliable. Beside it has many benefits, the 12pulse converter is not able to reduce the acside harmonics to a level acceptable by IEEE standards without the use of additional filter. In this paper, we describe a new method to profile the converter output current to be triangular due to which it has low acside harmonic present. Extra advantage of this type of approach is that we use the dc side filter to minimize voltamperes rating of current source used to profile the dcside rectifier current. One more additional benefits of the proposed method is simple integration of dc energy storage and its reducing harmonic even, initial rectifier current is discontinuous.
Keywords Index Terms12pulse diode rectifier, energy storage, harmonics, active power filter.

INTRODUCTION
Presence of reliable and low cost semiconductor devices has increase to large power electronics complex industrial loads requiring dc power supply for efficient operation. When a number of dcpowered loads are in large number, it can be done for them to share a common dc bus. Many such system benefits from local dc storage system to perform the following things: 1) Reduce the power demand from the power grid..2) It available for backup power for emergency condition.3) Store locally generated renewable power rather than feeding it back to the power grid.
The use of local dc distribution system is as follows: i. local dc distribution system is very useful for the data centre ii. These can be used for the purpose of dclevel plugin van charging. iii. These can also used for air craft and electric ship. V. these can also used for submarine system and for the traction system where dc supply are required. v. these dc distributions system can be useful for radar and large no. of electronics device.

THEORY
(A) Principle of harmonic elimination
By analyzing the operation of 12pulse diode converter some method are required to shape the 12pulse converter output current so that the acside harmonics ( , , ) formed by the
operation of the converter.
The exact shape should be triangular to elimination of acside harmonics completely
Other of previous IEEE paper shows that triangular wave form represent good approximation of the ideal rectifier output current so that the completely elimination of ac current harmonics. So assume the rectifier output current is profile to be triangular.
Fourier series expansion of rectifier output current (is1, is2)

Waveform of rectifier output current irec1

Waveform of rectifier current irec2
= +4 .
i_rect2=
+4
. (1)
Where,
=line frequency
=load current
And =rectifier output current based on operation of 6pulse rectifier
Fourier series expression of rectifier output voltage is:

Waveform of rectifier output voltage

Waveform of rectifier output voltage Vrec 1=Vrec1dc +Vrec1 ac
=+ .
=vrec2 dc+V rect2 ac
= +
. ..
(2)
Where,
Vp =peak value of ac input voltage Vrec1, Vrec2=rectifier output voltage
Assuming that profiling current is triangular it is very simple to calculate the ac side harmonics
= ) + ..
(3)
We can express the acside current as the sum of Fourier expansion of the rectifier current Irec1 and Irec 2.
( – –
+ +
.. (5)
By finding numerically ac side harmonics are approximately 1%.
By analyzing all the equation we find,
Both Vrec and Irec have large ac component which are 6 times the supply frequency.
Fundamental ac component of both voltage and current are in same phase for each 6pulse rectifier.
But these voltage and current are out of phase as compare to upper and lower converter.
Hence, fundamental voltage and current are in phase hence we use these component in LC filter design


PROPOSED WORK
A new proposed approach in this project is insert three current source in to the circuit .two current source and are used to profile the rectifier output current to be triangular so that the harmonic content in acside can be eliminated.
In addition to inject active power in to the system we also show that the proper use of lc filter design we can minimize the VA rating required for current source to eliminate the harmonic.
For example, in direct profiling case the direct comparison with other proposed method is more difficult because the VA rating of the voltage source be a function of design of whole system.
The hardware implementation of three current source are shown in figure and current source can be design using two cascade buckandboost converter and which two provide two
independent current source and .third current source result from combination of current source and
).
= +
(4)
Where,
fig.3.1 12pulse diode rectifier using current source
The supply of dc bus is form the dc bus of cascade buckand bust converter, same as active filter design; otherwise this dc bus can be used as dc energy storage.
Advantage of proposed method with respect to existing method:
(i).parallel connected current source can be used as both energy storage system and to inject active power. (ii).additional 360 Hz transformer is eliminated which are used in ref.no [8][11].
(iii).proposed method still work if the output current is discontinuous but existing method cannot be used when output current are discontinuous and only used for continuous current.
(iv).the current source work when the difference between current source and compensation are comparatively less.

: System Analysis And Parameter Optimization
We design a system whose main function is to shape the rectifier current of each 6pulse rectifier to be triangular. To improve the efficiency of the system we should need to minimize the VA rating of the current source by the use of proper choice of filtering component.
The equivalent circuit of the 12pulse converter is shown in fig.
Fig.3.3 Equivalent circuit of 12pulse rectifier circuit
Considering the fundamental and DC component of each 6 pulse rectifier are connected in series. Two voltage source are connected in series produces DC current to load
The DC load current is,
=
To , we use LC filter which are formed by additional inductor towards load and leakage .
Fig.3.4 rectifier output voltage and current.
Because at resonance the impedance are infinite for other parallel circuit and hence can be determine by the
and ESR of the LC filter.
Hence peak value of the ac component ,
=
Where,
=equivalent series resistance of LC filter. And which are depends on the load current.
ESR can also be optimized for one value of load current. Let m be the optimal ratio between and ,
Hence, m=
By solving m numerically that gives minimum difference betweenfundamental component and reference value.
For the waveform in the fig M=.77
Hence,
=
Hence ESR can be chosen for a certain load resistance.

: Injected Current Flow:
Using superposition theorem current can analyze that the current source which are using for current profiling can flow current through three possible paths.
Fig .3.6 current loop analysis.
Ideally current should flow through the path Ã¬.
Assuming worst condition, the output current is purely DC in that case,
Current source needed to inject current,
4 .
Hence fundamental current required frequency is 360 HZ. Hence if is higher than that then the current
take a path first.
At 360 HZ, when and are at resonance only path one and two are possible.
Hence to insure that current will flow through desire path we should minimize the transformer leakage inductance and ESR
.so that most of current can flow through path one.

: Control Strattegy
Our main focus on that section is to control the current flowing through the two inductors and with the help of control of three current sources. If we control the current and then automatically it control the current through two inductors respectively. Similar to active filter design we use the simple proportional controller to act on the error between reference current and and similarly error between current and .
Fig.3.7 Control circuit


RESULT
4.1: Parameters of the ac/dc rectifier for simulation:
Buck and boost DC link voltage 1200V
Buck and boost output filtering inductor 100H
Buck and boost switching frequency 20 KH Rectifier output capacitor , ) 3.6 mF
Total equivalent series resistance of and 18.6m
Output power 1 MW
Transformer primary voltage 4160 V
Transformer secondary voltage 240 V
Transformer leakage inductance 5H
DC side inductor 44.3H
Irec1
+
i
–
+ i
–
i +
–
Is1
A B C
ThreePhase Source
controle circuit
i
+
–
v
+
–
Discrete,
s = 5e005 s powergui
Ia
Va
Irec1 From2
Irec2 From3
Va From
Ia From1
Is1
a2
A
b2
c2
B
a3
b3
C
c3
Scope1
Scope
+ Vdc1
v
–
v
+
–
+
i
–
Vdc2
Irec2
Is2
Step
c 1
2
NOT
c 1
P
2
Product
v
+
–
Voltage Measurement3
+ i
–
From4
Is2 From5
Scope2
T
pulses From6
g m g m
C E C E
g m g m
C E C E
FIG5.4: Waveform of and .

: Wave Form Of 12Pulse Diode Rectifier With Current Controlling Circuit
FIG5.3: Waveform of and .
FIG5.5: waveform of vI.
Fig. energy storing system, V.CONCLUSION
In this project we reduce the harmonic content of the 12pulse diode converter by the help of current profiling circuit .the current profiling circuit are used in parallel with the rectifier output current circuit. For the current source we use buck and bust circuit and which has used for dual purpose like energy injection and energy storage. VA rating of current source can also minimize with the help of proper DC side LC filter.
In comparison with other approach our approach is used even the load current is discontinuous which are not possible in other approach and we are advantage with that approach is that we are not using lowfrequency transformer for profiling output rectifier current.
Energy storage system interface also verified with that approach and it work still when initial rectifier current is discontinuous. Dc storage system also can see with this approach and as a result we can see that the harmonic content in DC side of 12pulse rectifier can be eliminated.
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