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Author: León, José I.
Vázquez Pérez, Sergio
Sánchez Segura, Juan Antonio
Portillo Guisado, Ramón Carlos
Franquelo, L.G.
Carrasco Solís, Juan Manuel
Domínguez, E.
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Ingeniería Electrónica
Date: 210
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 57 (7), 2473-2482.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Space-vector modulation is a well-suited technique to be applied to multilevel converters and is an important research focus in the last 25 years. Recently, a single-phase multilevel modulator has been introduced showing its conceptual simplicity and its very low computational cost. In this paper, some of the most conventional multilevel space-vector modulation techniques have been chosen to compare their results with those obtained with single-phase multilevel modulators. The obtained results demonstrate that the single-phase multilevel modulators applied to each phase are equivalent with the chosen wellknown multilevel space-vector modulation techniques. In this way, single-phase multilevel modulators can be applied to a converter with any number of levels and phases avoiding the use of conceptually and mathematically complex space-vector modulation strategies. Analytical calculations and experimental results are shown validating the proposed concepts.
Cite: León, J.I., Vázquez Pérez, S., Sánchez Segura, J.A., Portillo Guisado, R.C., Franquelo, L.G., Carrasco Solís, J.M. y Domínguez, E. (210). Conventional Space-Vector Modulation Techniques versus the Single-Phase Modulator for Multilevel Converters. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 57 (7), 2473-2482.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/87923

DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2009.2034674

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