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posted on 03.04.2020by Jianheng Lin, Mei Su, Yao Sun, Shiming Xie
Time-periodicity and non-linearity pose a challenge to the precise input impedance modeling of single-phase power converters. In this study, a precise input impedance model with measurability of the single-phase voltage source rectifier (VSR), which considers the frequency-coupling effect (FCE), is established. Meanwhile, it is revealed that the rectifier input impedance is dependent of the grid impedance. In the proposed modeling approach, only Laplace transform and frequencyshifting operation are required, which avoids the complicated convolution calculation in the frequency domain. In addition, the influence of grid impedance on the input impedance is studied. Simulations are conducted to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.