Selective harmonic elimination and current/voltage control in current/voltage-source topologies: A unified approach
This paper presents a unified approach for generating pulsewidth-modulated patterns for three-phase current-source rectifiers and inverters (CSR/Is) that provides unconstrained selective harmonic elimination and fundamental current control. The approach uses the chopping angles or gating patterns developed for voltage-source rectifiers and inverters in combination with a logic circuit to generate the gating patterns for CSR/Is. The circuit also includes naturally and symmetrically distributed shorting pulses. Thus, the approach avoids the hassle of positioning the shorting pulses and defining and solving a set of nonlinear equations dedicated to CSR/Is. Moreover, the approach can eliminate an even or odd arbitrary number of harmonics (e.g., fundamental current control and elimination of the 5th, 7th, and 11th harmonics). This is an improvement over existing techniques and a new approach to pattern generation. Simulated and experimental results for both static and dynamic operating conditions are presented in order to validate the effectiveness of the approach.
|Título según WOS:||Selective harmonic elimination and current/voltage control in current/voltage-source topologies: A unified approach|
|Título según SCOPUS:||Selective harmonic elimination and current/voltage control in current/voltage-source topologies: A unified approach|
|Título de la Revista:||IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS|
|Editorial:||IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC|
|Fecha de publicación:||2001|
|Página de inicio:||71|