Using the PEBB universal Controller to modify control algorithms for DC-to-DC converters and implement closed-loop control of ARCP inverters
Floodeen, David L.
John G. Ciezki
Robert W. Ashton.
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The objective of this thesis is two-fold. The first goal is to expand the operational capabilities of the Ship's Service Converter Module control algorithm for a DC-to-DC converter using the Universal Controller. The second goal is to investigate the use of the Universal Controller to implement a closed-loop control algorithm for an Auxiliary Resonant Commutated Pole (ARCP) power inverter. These power electronic devices are central to the development of a DC Zonal Electric Distribution System (DC ZEDS) that is scheduled for application in the twenty-first century surface combatant (SC-21). The development of appropriate control algorithms is a key element to this design process. The Universal Controller is a digital controller that was developed by personnel at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Annapolis, Maryland. The basic peration of the Universal Controller and the Texas Instrument TMS32OC3O microprocessor architecture are described, with emphasis placed on the system control algorithms. Previous studies have encoded and successfully tested a closed-loop control algorithm for a DC-to-DC converter. In this research endeavor, this control algorithm is expanded to include various protection circuits and a Master/Slave paralleling scheme. Finally, a closed-loop control algorithm for the ARCP inverter is encoded and recommendations for future research are outlined.
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