Journal article Open Access

A Hybrid Self-Voltage Balanced Multilevel Inverter Topologies for Induction Motors

Sanjeev Kumar; H.K. Verma; M.P.S. Chawla

Sponsor(s)
Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

A hybrid structured asymmetric switching capacitor multilevel inverter (ASC-MLI) is suggested in this work. The notion behind presenting this topology is to reduce the device count and DC sources as compared with conventional MLI. The step by step operating mode of single phase ASC-MLI is presented and by doing slight modifications the same configuration is used in three phase utility application and electric drive. The proposed configurations utilize major benefits of self-voltage balancing capability of capacitor voltage, which is independent from different load type and modulations index. To generate the switching pulse for corresponding switches the multi-carrier based sinusoidal pulse width modulation (MCS PWM) technique is used; in addition to this simulation result are obtained using MATLAB/Simulink 2016b software version. Simulation results of an induction motor drive connected as three phase load highlights good performance of 17-level MLI.

Files (999.2 kB)
Name Size
E2517117421.pdf
md5:082ecd1cd4e1ff55b7304387fd27365c
999.2 kB Download
28
17
views
downloads
Views 28
Downloads 17
Data volume 17.0 MB
Unique views 20
Unique downloads 17

Share

Cite as