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A novel three-phase utility interface minimizing line current harmonics of high-power telecommunications rectifier modules

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2 Author(s)
Kolar, J.W. ; Power Electron. Section, Tech. Univ. Wien, Austria ; Zach, Franz C.

Based on the combination of a three-phase diode bridge and a DC/DC boost converter, a new three-phase three-switch three-level pulsewidth modulated (PWM) rectifier system is developed. It can be characterized by sinusoidal mains current consumption, controlled output voltage, and low-blocking voltage stress on the power transistors. The application could be, e.g., for feeding the DC link of a telecommunications power supply module. The stationary operational behavior, the control of the mains currents, and the control of the output voltage are analyzed. Finally, the stresses on the system components are determined by digital simulation and compared to the stresses in a conventional six-switch two-level PWM rectifier system

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 4 )