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A Family of Three-Switch Three-State Single-Phase Z -Source Inverters

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5 Author(s)
Long Huang ; National Key Laboratory of Power Electronics, College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou , China ; Ming Zhang ; Lijun Hang ; Wenxi Yao
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This paper proposes a new family of three-switch three-state single-phase Z-source inverters (TSTS-ZSIs) that can be classified into two groups, boost-based TSTS-ZSI and buck-boost-based TSTS-ZSI, according to the step-up circuit. All of the topologies have the merits of buck-boost capability and low voltage stress, and some of them have the feature of dual grounding. In addition, the step-up in dc side and inversion in ac side is completely decoupled in the proposed topologies. In terms of a linear voltage gain, the conventional linear control methods can be used, which makes the control system very simple. The operating principles of the two types of topologies are described, respectively, and the comprehensive comparison between them is provided. Finally, the theoretical analysis and comparison of the proposed topologies are verified by the simulation and experimental results.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 5 )