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Boundary Control of Inverters Using Second-Order Switching Surface
IEEE 36th Conference on Power Electronics Specialists, 2005.
Concept of using a second-order switching surface in the boundary control of inverters is derived in this paper. The switching surface is formulated by estimating the state trajectory movement after a switching action. It results in a high state trajectory velocity along the switching surface. This phenomenon accelerates the trajectory moving towards the target operating point. Time-domain responses of the inverter with the proposed boundary control method under large-signal variations havedoi:10.1109/pesc.2005.1581740 fatcat:ydmtrz6jmzhp5g22efb6ogqhjm