The basis circuit of a single-phase voltage controller used for the analysis, is showed in fig. 1, where the load is the parallel connection of an active resistance RÍ and inductance LÍ. The input LC-filter is not taken into account yet.
The method of an algebraization of the differential equations (ADE) is used for the analysis of the circuit. It is possible to write down the following system of the differential equations to the circuit in fig.1:
and are switching functions of the keys Ê1 and Ê2 in a system (1). It is possible to receive one equation from a set of equations (1) by means of substitution
Further, the standard procedures of a method of the ADE is applied to the equation (2). The expression for an effective value of the first harmonics of output voltage of a controller with reference effective value an input voltage Å: turns out
In the ratio (3) and are the average values ??of switching functions and correspondently. The expression (3) does not give the phase of output voltage. To determine the phase characteristics of the all currents and voltages circuit it is convenient to use the method of variables states with decomposition of an obtained variables on active and reactive components.
The system of differential equations of the first order for a variables states in the matrix shape looks like
where: x = - Vector of a variables;
, , . (5)
With the purpose of deriving the algebraic equations for the first harmonics of variables (for effective values ??active (à) and reactive (r) of variables states) we multiply the equation (4) serially on , Then on and make it averaged for a period . Finally we have:
Or in the matrix shape
The solution looks like
The same we can define the effective values ??of all variables states [6, 7].