DOI: 10.3390/fractalfract7120848 ISSN: 2504-3110

Fractional-Order Phase Lead Compensation Multirate Repetitive Control for Grid-Tied Inverters

Fen Liang, Ho-Joon Lee, Hongwei Zhang
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
  • Analysis

To reduce computational load and memory consumption, multirate repetitive control (MRC) with downsampling rates provides a flexible and efficient design for proportional-integral multi-resonant repetitive control (PIMR-RC) systems for grid-tied inverters. However, in MRC systems, repetitive controllers with low sampling rates produce low delay periods, and integer-order phase lead compensation may cause undercompensation or overcompensation. These imprecise linear phase lead compensations may result in deteriorated control performance. To address these problems, based on an infinite impulse response (IIR) filter, a fractional-order phase lead proportional-integral multi-resonant multirate repetitive control (FPL-PIMR-MRC) is proposed for grid-tied inverters in this paper. The proposed method can provide a suitable fractional phase lead step to achieve a wide stability region, minor tracking errors, and low hardware costs. The IIR fractional-order lead filter design, stability analysis, and the step-by-step parameter tuning of the FPL-PIMR-MRC system are derived in detail. Finally, simulation performed confirms the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed scheme.

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