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    • Emulation of Complex Grid Scenarios by using Power Hardware In the Loop (PHIL) Techniques 

      Roldán Pérez, Javier; Morán Río, Diana Patricia; Moutevelis, Dionysios; Rodríguez Ortega, Pablo; Jankovic, Njegos; Zarei, Mohammad Ebrahim; Prodanovic, Milan (13/11/2021)
      Los convertidores electrónicos de potencia se vienen utilizado cada vez más para la integración de diferentes tecnologías de generación en las redes eléctricas. Sin embargo, debido a sus lazos de control rápidos y condiciones ...
    • Finite-gain-current repetitive controller for synchronverters with harmonic-sharing capabilities 

      Roldan Perez, Javier; Prodanovic, Milan; Rodríguez Cabero, Alberto; Guerrero, Josep M.; García Cerrada, Aurelio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Ljubljana, Eslovenia), 13/05/2018)
      Power electronics interfaces are commonly used for renewable energy integration in microgrids and their control as synchronverters represents an alternative to typical control configurations. This control technique introduces ...
    • Influence of the Phase-Locked Loop on the Design of Microgrids Formed by Diesel Generators and Grid-Forming Converters 

      Morán Río, Diana Patricia; Roldán Pérez, Javier; Prodanovic, Milan; García Cerrada, Aurelio
      En los últimos años, las microrredes (MGs) con generación renovables, grupos electrógenos diésel y convertidores con droop se han utilizado cada vez más para garantizar la continuidad del suministro eléctrico en áreas ...
    • Phase-matched frequency adaptive repetitive controller for a grid-supporting STATCOM 

      Roldan Perez, Javier; García Cerrada, Aurelio; Rodríguez Cabero, Alberto; Prodanovic, Milan (Power Electronics and Motion Control Council (Budapest, Hungría), 26/08/2018)
      STATCOMs are widely used to provide voltage support in electrical distribution systems. However, if the grid voltage is distorted, the output current of a STATCOM may also be distorted unless a harmonic current controller ...