Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Techniques Applied to SEPIC Converter in DC-DC, PFC, CCM and DCM Modes Using HIL Simulation

Arthur Rosa, Thiago de Souza, Lenin Morais, Seleme Seleme
2018 Energies  
In this paper, we propose adaptive nonlinear controllers for the Single-Ended Primary Inductance Converter (SEPIC). We also consider four distinct situations: AC-DC, DC-DC, Continuous Conduction Mode (CCM) and Discontinuous Conduction Mode (DCM). A comparative analysis between classic linear and nonlinear approaches to regulate the control loop is made. Three adaptive nonlinear control laws are designed: Feedback Linearization Control (FLC), Passivity-Based Control (PBC) and Interconnection and
more » ... Damping Assignment Passivity-Based Control (IDAPBC). In order to compare the performance of these control techniques, numerical simulations were made in Software and Hardware in the Loop (HIL) for nominal conditions and operation disturbances. We recommend adaptive controllers for the two different situations: Adaptive Passivity-Based Feedback Linearization Control (APBFLC) for the PFC (Power Factor Correction) AC-DC system and IDAPBC-BB (IDAPBC Based on Boost converter) for the regulator DC-DC system.
doi:10.3390/en11030602 fatcat:dn6hfxxf2fcz3pevufchxbcdvq