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Engineering - Energy Technology | Peak-to-Peak Output Current Ripple Analysis in Multiphase and Multilevel Inverters

Peak-to-Peak Output Current Ripple Analysis in Multiphase and Multilevel Inverters

Series: Springer Theses

Loncarski, Jelena

2014, XII, 129 p. 107 illus., 68 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • Nominated as outstanding PhD thesis by the University of Bologna, Italy
  • Presents an extensive study of the peak-to-peak output current ripple
  • Describes for the first time an effective approach for analyzing the output current ripple in multiphase and multilevel inverters
  • Includes numerical simulations and experimental results that have been used to validate the method and discusses some important applications
The book introduces an original and effective method for the analysis of peak-to-peak output current ripple amplitude in three-phase two-level inverters. It shows that the method can be extended to both multiphase inverters, with particular emphasis on five-phase and seven-phase inverters, and multilevel ones, with particular emphasis on three-level inverters, and provides, therefore, a comparison among different number of output phases and voltage levels. The work reported on here represents the first detailed analysis of the peak-to-peak output current ripple. It makes an important step toward future developments in the field of high-power generation, and in grid-connected and motor-load systems.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Carried-based Modulation - Current Ripple Amplitude - Five-phase VSIs - H-bridge Inverters - Hysteresis Current Controllers - Multiple Zero-crossing Interval - RMS Minimization - Seven-phase VSIs - Space Vectors Modulation - Symmetrical Centered PWM - Three-level PWMs

Related subjects » Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Energy Efficiency - Energy Technology

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