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A new concept of PWM duty cycle computation using the Barycentric Coordinates in a Three-Dimensional voltage vectors arrangement
The paper presents a novel approach to the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) duty cycle computing for complex or irregular voltage vector arrangements in the two (2D) and three–dimensional (3D) Cartesian coordinate systems. The given vectors arrangement can be built using at least three vectors or collections with variable number of involved vectors (i.e. virtual vectors). Graphically, these vectors form a convex figure, in particular,...
Direct modulation for conventional matrix converters using analytical signals and barycentric coordinates
This paper proposes the generalized direct modulation for Conventional Matrix Converters (CMC) using the concept of analytical signals and barycentric coordinates. The paper proposes a novel approach to the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) duty cycle computing, which allows faster prototyping of direct control algorithms. The explanation of the new idea using analytical considerations demonstrating the principles of direct voltage...
This paper proposes the use of barycentric coordinates in the development and implementationof space-vector pulse-width modulation (SVPWM) methods, especially for inverters with deformed space-vector diagrams. The proposed approach is capable of explicit calculation of vector duty cycles, independentof whether they assume ideal positions or are displaced due to the DC-link voltage imbalance. The use ofbarycentric coordinates also...
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