Pulse Width Modulation for Power Converters Principles and Practice

ISBN-10: 0471208140

ISBN-13: 9780471208143

Edition: 2003

List price: $197.00
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The design of inverters employing pulse width modulation to vary the voltage and amplitude of power electronic inverters has evolved over the past 40 years. This comprehensive textbook views the subject as a whole and clarifies and unifies the diverse approaches taken by researchers.
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List price: $197.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/3/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 744
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Introduction to Power Electronic Converters
Basic Converter Topologies
Voltage Source/Stiff Inverters
Switching Function Representation of Three-Phase Converters
Output Voltage Control
Current Source/Stiff Inverters
Concept of a Space Vector
Three-Level Inverters
Multilevel Inverter Topologies
Harmonic Distortion
Harmonic Voltage Distortion Factor
Harmonic Current Distortion Factor
Harmonic Distortion Factors for Three-Phase Inverters
Choice of Performance Indicator
WTHD of Three-Level Inverter
The Induction Motor Load
Harmonic Distortion Weighting Factors for Induction Motor Load
Example Calculation of Harmonic Losses
WTHD Normalization for PWM Inverter Supply
Modulation of One Inverter Phase Leg
Fundamental Concepts of PWM
Evaluation of PWM Schemes
Double Fourier Integral Analysis of a Two-Level Pulse Width-Modulated Waveform
Naturally Sampled Pulse Width Modulation
PWM Analysis by Duty Cycle Variation
Regular Sampled Pulse Width Modulation
"Direct" Modulation
Integer versus Non-Integer Frequency Ratios
Review of PWM Variations
Modulation of Single-Phase Voltage Source Inverters
Topology of a Single-Phase Inverter
Three-Level Modulation of a Single-Phase Inverter
Analytic Calculation of Harmonic Losses
Sideband Modulation
Switched Pulse Position
Switched Pulse Sequence
Modulation of Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverters
Topology of a Three-Phase Inverter (VSI)
Three-Phase Modulation with Sinusoidal References
Third-Harmonic Reference Injection
Analytic Calculation of Harmonic Losses
Discontinuous Modulation Strategies
Triplen Carrier Ratios and Subharmonics
Zero Space Vector Placement Modulation Strategies
Space Vector Modulation
Principles of Space Vector Modulation
SVM Compared to Regular Sampled PWM
Phase Leg References for Space Vector Modulation
Naturally Sampled SVM
Analytical Solution for SVM
Harmonic Losses for SVM
Placement of the Zero Space Vector
Discontinuous Modulation
Phase Leg References for Discontinuous PWM
Analytical Solutions for Discontinuous PWM
Comparison of Harmonic Performance
Harmonic Losses for Discontinuous PWM
Single-Edge SVM
Switched Pulse Sequence
Modulation of Current Source Inverters
Three-Phase Modulators as State Machines
Naturally Sampled CSI Space Vector Modulator
Experimental Confirmation
Overmodulation of an Inverter
The Overmodulation Region
Naturally Sampled Overmodulation of One Phase Leg of an Inverter
Regular Sampled Overmodulation of One Phase Leg of an Inverter
Naturally Sampled Overmodulation of Single- and Three-Phase Inverters
PWM Controller Gain during Overmodulation
Space Vector Approach to Overmodulation
Programmed Modulation Strategies
Optimized Space Vector Modulation
Harmonic Elimination PWM
Performance Index for Optimality
Optimum PWM
Minimum-Loss PWM
Programmed Modulation of Multilevel Converters
Multilevel Converter Alternatives
Block Switching Approaches to Voltage Control
Harmonic Elimination
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