dr hab. inż. Paweł Szczepankowski
- Department of Power Electronics and Electrical Machines
- Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering
- Gmach Elektrotechniki i Automatyki B ul. Sobieski pokój 320
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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...
Application of Analytic Signal and Smooth Interpolation in Pulse Width Modulation for Conventional Matrix Converters
The paper proposes an alternative and novel approach to the PWM duty cycles computation for Conventional Matrix Converters (CMC) fed by balanced, unbalanced or non–sinusoidal AC voltage sources. The presented solution simplifies the prototyping of direct modulation algorithms. PWM duty cycles are calculated faster by the smooth interpolation technique, using only vector coordinates, without trigonometric functions and angles. Both...
This paper proposes and discusses a concept of a hybrid modulation for the control of modular voltage source inverters with coupled reactors. The use of coupled reactors as the integrating elements leads to significant reduction in the size and weight of the circuit. The proposed modulation combines novel coarsely quantized pulse amplitude modulation (CQ-PAM) and innovative space-vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM). The former...
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