Application of Adaptive Tabu Search Algorithm in Hybrid Power Filter and Shunt Active Power Filters: Application of ATS Algorithm in HPF and APF

Application of Adaptive Tabu Search Algorithm in Hybrid Power Filter and Shunt Active Power Filters: Application of ATS Algorithm in HPF and APF

Saifullah Khalid (CCSI Airport, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9755-3.ch012
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Abstract

A novel hybrid series active power filter to eliminate harmonics and compensate reactive power is presented and analyzed. The proposed active compensation technique is based on a hybrid series active filter using ATS algorithm in the conventional Sinusoidal Fryze voltage (SFV) control technique. This chapter discusses the comparative performances of conventional Sinusoidal Fryze voltage control strategy and ATS-optimized controllers. ATS algorithm has been used to obtain the optimum value of Kp and Ki. Analysis of the hybrid series active power filter system under non-linear load condition and its impact on the performance of the controllers is evaluated. MATLAB/Simulink results and Total harmonic distortion (THD) shows the practical viability of the controller for hybrid series active power filter to provide harmonic isolation of non-linear loads and to comply with IEEE 519 recommended harmonic standards. The ATS-optimized controller has been attempted for shunt active power filter too, and its performance has also been discussed in brief.
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Introduction

Over the years, there has been an incessant proliferation of nonlinear type of loads due to the rigorous use of power electronic control in all branches of industry as well as by the ordinary consumers of electric energy (Aredes, 1991; Moran, 1995; Maniya, 2013; Ruminot, 2006). This solid state control of AC power using thyristors and other semiconductor switches is extensively used to feed controlled electric power to electrical loads, for example adjustable speed drives (ASD's) furnaces, computer power supplies, etc. Such controllers are also employed in HVDC systems and renewable electrical power generation (Vijay, 1996). These days, the power electronic converters are able of processing vast amount of power, and due to their advantages such as improved efficiency and ease of control, have caused a spectacular increase in the number of power electronic loads in the industry/system.

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