Volume 10 Issue 05, September 2022

Comparative Analysis of Multi-Pulse Controlled Converters using Zigzag Transformers

Amit Kumar, Saurabh Gupta

Page no:01-05


This paper presents a thyristor-based controlled 18-pulse AC to DC converter zigzag Phase-Shifting double winding transformer (a three-phase transformer with a primary winding connected in an associated zigzag setup and a configurable secondary winding). The 18- pulse AC - DC converter is liked to develop swell variables further, confined primary and secondary windings keep up with separation, and voltage guidelines can be maintained by adjusting the firing angle point of the thyristor, so the proposed work is helpful where smooth, and directed. Separated power is required. This approach eliminates the intricacy required to design complicated autotransformers or isolated multi-winding transformers used with other systems. The paper additionally presents the examination of 12-pulse and 6-pulse AC - DC converters for various boundaries like wave factor, harmonic distortion in input current for unbalanced supply voltage, the efficiency of the converters, and power factor variations of input power supply. All these parameters are compared for no-load light loads and full-load conditions. We further broaden our recreation for estimating the impacts of channels like L, C and LC in the simulation results, showing some beneficial and exciting results.


Siddharth Shukla, Nagendra Singh

Page no:06-11


This work has examined and created tuning techniques for PID controller settings for various time-lagging processes. This delay might take many different shapes. The measuring sensor’s analysis of the output data, the reference signal’s connection to distant plant activities, etc., are what cause the delay. The time delay compromises the system’s output, which also repeatedly causes undesired reactions. The PID controller, the second most used controller in the process sector, addresses this time delay in the control systems.