Control for Reliable Fuel Cell Power System with Input Ripple Current Compensation
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2014 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2014|
|Authors : Mr. Sachin N.Phad , Prof. A.M.Jain
Mr. Sachin N.Phad , Prof. A.M.Jain. "Control for Reliable Fuel Cell Power System with Input Ripple Current Compensation", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V12(1),6-8 June 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
This paper work is carried out to reduce ripple current which is flow to the fuel cell/Battery through power electronics devices during dc-ac operation. FCs have advantages such as high efficiency, zero or low emission (of pollutant gases), and flexible modular structure With clean operating environment and high energy conversion efficiency, fuel cell is getting more and more attention, especially for the stationary power application. Such an application, either delivering electricity with utility intertie or directly supplying to residential area as a standalone power source, can be used for future distributed generation systems This paper initially describes problems associated with the fuel cell due to the ripple current such a ripple current may shorten fuel cell life span and worsen the fuel efficiency due to the hysteresis effect. The most obvious impact is it tends to reduce the fuel cell output capacity because the fuel cell controller trips under instantaneous over-current condition. This paper consists of Active filter methods through which the ripple current analyses and control.
 TShimh, T.Fqiita, GXimura, JXirme, "unity power factor PWM converter with DC ripples compensation" Trans. on IEE of Japan, D- 117, Vd.4, pp.434-442, 1997. (Im Japanese
 “EG&G Technical Services, Inc. Science Applications International Corporation,” in Fuel Cell Handbook, 6th ed. vol. DOE/NETL-2002/ 1179, Nov. 2002.
 W. Choi, P. N. Enjeti, and J. W. Howze, “Development of an equivalent Circuit model of a fuel cell to evaluate the effects of inverter ripple Current,” in Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf. and Expo. Feb. 2004, pp. 355–361.
 G. Fontes, C. Turpin, R. Saisset, T. Meynard, and S. Astier, “Interactions Between fuel cells and power converters influence of current Harmonics on a fuel cell stack,” in Proc. IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conf., Aachen, Germany, Jun. 2004, pp. 4729–4735.
 R. S. Gemmen, “Analysis for the effect of inverter ripple current on fuel Cell operating condition,” J. Fluids Eng., vol. 125, no. 3, pp. 576–585, 2003
 M. Schenck, K. Stanton, and J. S. Lai, “Fuel cell and power conditioning system interactions,” in Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., Austin, TX, Mar. 2005, pp. 114–120.
 Y. R. Novaes and I. Barbi, “Low frequency ripple current elimination In fuel cell systems,” in Proc. Fuel Seminar Special Session on Fuel Cell Power Conditioning, Miami, FL, 2003, pp. 21–27.
 DSP based control for reliable fuel cell power system with input ripple current compensation IEEE 2008
Fuel cell, Ripple current, dc-ac conversion, active filter, power electronics