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JPE, Vol. 17, No. 5, September 2017
Performance Evaluation of Various Bus Clamped Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation Techniques
Meenu D. Nair, Jayanta Biswas, G. Vivek, and Mukti Barai
Area Analysis, Modeling and Control
Abstract The space vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM) technique is a popular PWM method for medium voltage drive applications. Conventional SVPWM (CSVPWM) and bus clamped SVPWM (BCSVPWM) are the most common SVPWM techniques. This paper evaluates the performance of various advanced BCSVPWM strategies in terms of their harmonic distortion and switching loss based on a uniform frame work. A uniform frame work, pulse number captures the performance parameter variations of different SVPWM strategies for various number of samples with heterogeneous pulse numbers. This work compares different advanced BCSVPWM techniques based on the modulation index and location of the clamping position (zero vector changing angle ) of a phase in a line cycle. The frame work provides a fixed fundamental frequency of 50Hz. The different BCSVPWM switching strategies are implemented and compared experimentally on a 415V, 2.2kW, 50Hz, 3-phase induction motor drive which is fed from an IGBT based 2 KVA voltage source inverter (VSI) with a DC bus voltage of 400 V. A low cost PIC microcontroller (PIC18F452) is used as the controller platform.
Keyword Bus clamped PWM,Harmonic distortion,Pulse width modulation (PWM),Space vector,Voltage source inverter (VSI)
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