fulltext.pdf 621 KB
This paper describes a holistic approach to the theory of instantaneous power in three-phase four-wire systems, focusing on the original theory created in 1983 and a modified theory presented in 1994. The two theories are perfectly identical if no zero-sequence voltage is included in a three-phase three-wire system. However, they are different in the instantaneous active and reactive power in each phase if a zero-sequence voltage and current are included in a three-phase four-wire system. Theory and computer simulations in this paper lead to the following conclusions: an active filter without energy storage components can fully compensate for the neutral current even in a three-phase four-wire system including a zero-sequence voltage and current, when a proposed control strategy based on the original theory is applied. However, the active filter cannot compensate for the neutral current fully, when an already-proposed control strategy based on the modified theory is applied
power system analysis computing
Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/IAS.1999.799991
Published with permission from the copyright holder. This is the institute's copy, as published in Industry Applications Conference, 1999. Thirty-Fourth IAS Annual Meeting. Conference Record of the 1999 IEEE, 3-7 Oct. 1999, Volume 1, Pages 431-439.
Copyright © 1999 IEEE. All rights reserved.
Industry Applications Conference