dSPACE Implementation for Power Flow Control of 2 kW Grid Connected Three-Phase Inverter

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Chakrapong Charumit
Boonrueang Wangsilabat
Sathien Thanyasrirat


This paper proposes the power flow control technique for 2kW grid connected three-phase inverter. Power flows consist of the active and the reactive power controlled by current control voltage source inverter or hysteresis current control. The active and the reactive power are independently open loop controlled in term of stationary reference frame or P-Q theory. The overall system is implemented on a real-time DSP TMS320F240 board via dSPACE DS1104 interface card. The simulation and the experimental results indicate that the system can transfer electrical power to grid.

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Charumit, C. ., Wangsilabat, B., & Thanyasrirat, S. (2023). dSPACE Implementation for Power Flow Control of 2 kW Grid Connected Three-Phase Inverter. Journal of Advanced Development in Engineering and Science, 2(3), 32–39. Retrieved from https://ph03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pitjournal/article/view/766
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