The development of static power converters capable of transforming DC energy obtained from alternative sources into AC has become one of the main challenges in renewable energy systems. In this context, the buck-boost inverter is advantageous for being capable of providing an AC output voltage higher or lower than the input DC voltage in a single power conversion stage. In this paper, a controller based on the non-linear sliding mode theory is proposed for a three-phase buck-boost inverter to track a desired AC reference voltage. Unlike conventional linear sliding mode controllers that depend on the errors of the state variables, the control law used here depends only on the input and output voltages of the converter without the need to the inductor current measurement, which reduces the system complexity and cost. The proposed controller can not only track the desired reference quickly and accurately, but also achieve a high immunity to external perturbations, such as input voltage and output load disturbances. Several simulation studies are presented in order to investigate the performance of the proposed controller. © 2014 IEEE.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Title of host publication||IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2014|