The imbalance at the 3-phase side at the railway power supply substation has been a well-known issue. Due to the difference in status of loads at each phase at any given moment, it is difficult to maintain the balance in the 2-phase side of the transformer. Consequently, the 3-phase side also presents a certain level of imbalance as well. A co-phase power supply was proposed as a solution. The real application of such system is gradually expanding, proving the effectiveness of the system. In this paper, the application of the single phase D-Q rotating frame theory was applied to the control of the co-phase power supply system. In addition, the power stack of the system was composed of MMC valves which offers superior operational characteristics. The effectiveness of the system was verified with a real-time simulation, and the results are presented.
In Kwon Park, Sumek Elimban, Yi Zhang, and Rick Kuffel, "Application of single phase D-Q rotating frame theory in a traction co-phase power supply system " in KIPE Summer Conference, Gyoungju, Korea, 2017.