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Digital control of three-phase PWM inverter with LC filter

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3 Author(s)
Kawabata, Takao ; Mitsubishi Electr. Co., Kobe, Japan ; Miyashita, T. ; Yamamoto, Y.

A digital control algorithm for the three-phase sinusoidal voltage inverter with an output LC filter has been developed. To take the transient of the LC filter during the discretization time into consideration, a fourth-order matrix state equation of the current and the voltage on the d-q frame is discretized. Precise discrete equations for the inverter are introduced. Using these equations, a deadbeat controller consisting of a d-g current minor loop and a d-q voltage major loop, with precise decoupling of the d-q components, was developed. The voltage major loop controller assures the sinusoidal output voltage and stabilizes the system. A deadbeat controller is used because both the current minor loop and the voltage major loop can used one sampling response. The validity of these techniques is confirmed by simulation studies. This method is expected to be useful for direct digital control of large-capacity sinusoidal voltage inverters using low-switching-frequency devices

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Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 1 )