While power networks evolve towards the new concept of smart grids, with the proliferation of power electronics embedded systems and distributed generation, the insurgence of system unbalance and voltage harmonic distortion, become more and more frequent. Also, often a noisy voltage sampling system can produce offsets in measurements. Such imperfections bring challenges to the phase identification using a traditional phase-lock loop (PLL), utilized in the control of all grid connected converters. However, since the imperfections lead to periodic harmonics in the corresponding dq-axis voltages, the repetitive controller (RC) can be useful for harmonic suppression. This paper presents a three-phase PLL using a feed-back RC. Specially, a novel running mean filter has been added to minimize the interaction between RC and the Proportional-Integral (PI) controller in the PLL. Simulation results show that the proposed PLL can track the phase of the three-phase voltage without being influenced by harmonic distortion. © 2018 IEEE.
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