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Pulsewidth-Modulated Inverters in Man-Made Fiber Industries

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1 Author(s)
Pedersen, Niels P. ; Speed Variator Product Department, General Electric Company, Erie, Pa.

The pulsewidth-moduated (PWM) inverter has many inherent characteristics that make it a good choice for use in modern man-made fiber drives. Its wide operating speed range without tap changes and constant dc bus for ease of ``ride through'' are two primary examples. Although drives using PWM inverters are well suited to man-made fiber applications, the inverter design is compatible with general industrial applications using induction motors in single motor, multimotor, and coordinated multimotor drives.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:IA-10 ,  Issue: 1 )