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Design, Modeling and Simulation of an AC-DC-AC Transmission System with Low AC-Current Distortion and DC-Voltage Regulation

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4 Author(s)
Kanaan, H.Y. ; Fac. of Eng., Saint-Joseph Univ., Beirut ; Boulos, R. ; Asmar, C. ; Al-Haddad, K.

In this paper, an AC-DC-AC three-phase transmission system that employs two six-switch inverters is studied. The inverters are connected by an inductive DC link, and are controlled in order to ensure a high power factor at the source side, a regulated voltage at the DC side and low-distorted currents at the load side. The inverters are modeled in the average regime in order to design suitable regulators for the control system. The AC-DC-AC transmission system and the proposed control scheme are implemented numerically and tested using the Simulink/Matlab tool. The numerical results obtained under steady-state operating conditions are presented and discussed

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Telecommunications Conference, 2005. INTELEC '05. Twenty-Seventh International

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Sept. 2005

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