Comparison and Analysis on Two Improved Detecting Methods for Harmonics without PLL in Single-Phase Circuit
In order to reduce the error of the phase lock-loop (PLL) and compensate the delay of the low pass filter on harmonics detection, In the paper, a detecting-method without PLL in single-phase circuit is researched. In this method, the PLL and LPF are omitted, the feedback and average theory are used, so that the problem of detecting accuracy induced by PLL and real-time induced by LPF is solved. It is testified through comparison, analysis and simulation, that both methods can reduce the latency, improve dynamic response speed, the feedback method can reduce the delay in a dynamic, continuous process, while the average theoretical method can reduce the delay quantitatively.
J. X. Ding et al., "Comparison and Analysis on Two Improved Detecting Methods for Harmonics without PLL in Single-Phase Circuit", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 3928-3932, 2012