%0 Journal Article
%A Abbasi, H.
%A Gholami, A.
%A Abbasi, A.
%T Investigation and Control of Unstable Chaotic Behavior Using of Chaos Theory in Two Electrical Power Systems: 1-Buck Converter2- Power Transformer
%J IRANIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
%V 7
%N 1
%U http://ijeee.iust.ac.ir/article-1-352-en.html
%R
%D 2011
%K TDFC Method, Buck Converter, Fuzzy Diagram, Bifurcation Diagram, Power Transformer, Chaotic Ferroresonance,
%X This paper consist of two sections: control and stabilizing approach for chaotic behaviour of converter is introduced in first section of this paper for the removal of harmonic caused by the chaotic behaviour in current converter. For this work, a Time- Delayed Feedback Controller (TDFC) control method for stability chaotic behaviour of buck converter for switching courses in current control mode is presented. This behaviour is demonstrated by presenting a piecewise linear discrete map for this converter and then combining the feedback equation to obtain the overall equation of the converter. A simple time-delay feedback control method is applied to stabilize the Unstable Periodic Orbits (UPOs). In second section is studied the effect of a parallel metal oxide surge arrester on the ferroresonance oscillations of the transformer. It is expected that the arresters generally cause ferroresonance drop out. Simulation has been done on a three phase power transformer with one open phase. Effect of varying input voltage has been studied. The simulation results reveal that connecting the arrester to the transformer poles, exhibits a great mitigating effect on ferroresonant over voltages. Phase plane along with bifurcation diagrams are also presented. Significant effect on the onset of chaos, the range of parameter values that may lead to chaos and magnitude of ferroresonant voltages has been obtained, shown and tabulated.
%> http://ijeee.iust.ac.ir/article-1-352-en.pdf
%P 42-51
%& 42
%!
%9 Research Paper
%L A-10-276-2
%+ Iran university of science and technology
%G eng
%@ 1735-2827
%[ 2011