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Hybrid SHM-SHE pulse-amplitude modulation for high-power four-leg inverter

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Sharifzadeh, Mohammad, Vahedi, Hani, Portillo, Ramon, Khenar, Mohammad, Sheikholeslami, Abdolreza, Franquelo, Leopoldo G. et Al Haddad, Kamal. 2016. « Hybrid SHM-SHE pulse-amplitude modulation for high-power four-leg inverter ». IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 63, nº 11. pp. 7234-7242.
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Abstract

This paper presents a hybrid selective harmonic mitigation (SHM)-selective harmonic elimination (SHE) switching technique based on pulse-amplitude modulation (PAM) concept. It has been applied on a four-leg neutral-point-clamped (NPC) inverter to eliminate and mitigate more harmonic orders than recently proposed hybrid SHM-SHE-pulse width modulation (PWM) method while generating switching pulses at the same frequency. In conventional SHE and SHM techniques, equations are solved to attain the switching angles. Regarding the PAM, value of inverter dc voltage can be considered as an additional degree of freedom by which the flexibility of such techniques would be increased maintaining the switching frequency. In the proposed SHM-SHE-PAM, the conventional equations are reformulated to obtain constant switching angles for a vast range of modulation index (ma) applied on a four-leg NPC inverter. Switching pulses of the three-phase legs and the fourth leg are calculated to mitigate the nontriplen harmonics and eliminate the triplen ones, respectively. Due to the unique switching angles valid in the whole range for ma, the calculation time and volume (storage capacity) are significantly reduced leading to a simpler controller implementable on a low-risk and cheap AVR chip. Experimental tests' results of a four-leg NPC inverter as UPS application prove the good dynamic performance and accuracy of the proposed implemented switching technique in producing associated pulses for the inverter switches at very low frequency to mitigate/eliminate undesired harmonic orders from the output phase/line voltage waveforms without using bulky filters.

Item Type: Peer reviewed article published in a journal
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Al Haddad, Kamal
Affiliation: Génie électrique
Date Deposited: 25 Oct 2016 20:45
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2017 21:01
URI: http://espace2.etsmtl.ca/id/eprint/13860

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