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Implications of resonant circuit adjustment errors to the DC-link voltage in single-phase 16.7-Hz-railway applications

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5 Author(s)
Heising, C. ; Ruhr-Univ. of Bochum, Bochum, Germany ; Oettmeier, M. ; Gorski, M. ; Staudt, V.
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Traction vehicles operating in the single-phase 16.7-Hz-railway grid-typical for central Europe - employ a resonant circuit connected in parallel to the DC-link capacitor. The resonant circuit is necessary to take up the unavoidable grid power pulsation with double frequency, leaving a smooth DC-link voltage. In reality grid-voltage frequency and resonance frequency of the resonant circuit do not fit accurately: Manufacturing tolerances of resonant-circuit capacitor and inductance lead to an adjustment error and the railway-grid frequency moves within a defined interval, due to the power-frequency control, independent from the European interconnected mains. In this paper implications of the adjustment error are analysed. Additionally instructions for parameter identification are given and backed by measurement results.

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Compatibility and Power Electronics, 2009. CPE '09.

Date of Conference:

20-22 May 2009

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