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000198205 245__ $$aSwitching Ripple Characteristics of Space Vector PWM Schemes for Five-Phase Two-Level Voltage Source Inverters - Part 1: Flux Harmonic Distortion Factors
000198205 269__ $$a2011
000198205 260__ $$c2011
000198205 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000198205 520__ $$aMultiphase variable-speed drives supplied from two-level voltage source inverters (VSIs) are, at present, contenders for numerous industrial applications. Various pulse width modulation (PWM) methods for multiphase VSIs, aimed at sinusoidal output voltage generation, have been developed using both carrier-based and space-vector approaches. An increased number of voltage space vectors, available for the synthesis of the output voltage, offer greater flexibility for the PWMscheme development, compared to the three-phase case. This paper presents comprehensive analytical analysis and comparison of switching ripple characteristics of two continuous space vector PWM (SVPWM) methods for a five-phase two-level VSI. Considered SVPWM schemes select a different set of four active space vectors per switching period in order to generate sinusoidal output voltages. This paper also presents the evaluation of the flux harmonic distortion factors of the SVPWM techniques. Correlation with corresponding current ripple and total harmonic distortion is established in Part 2 of this paper, where theoretical considerations are verified by simulations and through experimental investigation on a five-phase VSI-fed induction motor drive.
000198205 700__ $$0248007$$g243438$$aDujic, Drazen
000198205 700__ $$aJones, Martin
000198205 700__ $$aLevi, Emil
000198205 700__ $$aPrieto, Joel
000198205 700__ $$aBarrero, Federico
000198205 773__ $$j58$$tIEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics$$k7$$q2789-2798
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