Study on Adaptive Harmonic Extraction Approaches in Active Power Filter Applications
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Active power filter (APF) has now become a mature technology for harmonic and reactive power compensations in two-wire (single phase), three-wire (three phase without neutral), and four-wire (three phase with neutral) ac power networks with nonlinear loads. This paper presents a study on three different adaptive algorithms for active power filtering applications. These algorithms are adaptive linear combiner (ADALINE), least mean square adaptive notch filter (ANF-LMS), and recursive least square adaptive notch filter (ANF-RLS). In this paper, these approaches are employed for extracting load harmonic currents. The important issues associated with adaptive methods are accuracy and prediction speed. These issues will be addressed in the paper. Simulations using MATLAB/Simulink are presented to clarify the algorithms.
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