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|Title:||Implementation of Single-Phase Two-Switch Midpoint Unidirectional Multilevel Converter System|
Chitti, Babu, B.
|Citation:||International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems, 2018, Vol.19, 4, pp.-|
|Abstract:||This paper deals with implementation of a single-phase three level converter system under low voltage condition. The frequency of the switches is made constant and involves change in $-t-on}}$ton and $-t-off}}$toff duration. For this condition the pulse width modulation control scheme for a single phase three level rectifier is developed to improve the power quality. The hysteresis current control technique is adopted to bring forth three-level PWM on the dc side of the bridge rectifier and to achieve high power factor and low harmonic distortion. Based on the proposed control scheme, the line current is driven to follow the sinusoidal current command which is in phase with the supply voltage. By using three-level voltage pattern the blocking voltage of each power device is clamped to half of the dc link voltage. The simulation and experimental results of 20W converter under low input voltage condition are shown to verify the circuit performance. Open loop simulation and hardware tests are implemented by applying a low voltage of 15 V(rms) on the input side. 2018 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston 2018.|
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