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Study and control of two two-level PWM rectifiers-clamping bridge-two three-level NPC VSI cascade. application to double stator induction machine

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4 Author(s)
Beriber, D. ; Lab. de Commande des Processus, ENP, Alger, Algeria ; Berkouk, E.M. ; Talha, A. ; Mahmoudi, M.O.

In this paper, the authors present a study of the stability problem of the input DC voltages of the three-level neutral point clamping (NPC) voltage source inverter (VSI). They remind the model of the double stator induction machine (DSIM). Then, they develop a knowledge and a control models of this inverter using the connection functions of the semiconductors. After that, they propose a PWM strategy to control his converter. To analysis the instability problem of the input DC voltages of the inverter, the authors study a cascade constituted by two two-level PWM rectifiers-two three-level NPC VSI-DSIM. The results obtained show that the input DC voltages of the inverters are not stables. To remedy to this problem, the authors propose, in this paper, a solution which uses a clamping bridge. The results obtained with this solution confirm the good performances of the proposed solution.

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Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2004. PESC 04. 2004 IEEE 35th Annual  (Volume:5 )

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20-25 June 2004