Improved switching table for direct power control of three-phase PWM rectifier
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The switching table based direct power control (ST-DPC) of three-phase PWM rectifier is analysed and an improved switching table (IST-DPC) is presented. The proposed switching schedule improves the quality of line current and results in better dynamic performances. In addition, the predictive direct power control (PDPC) of three-phase boost rectifier is presented and simulation results (in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment) are compared with those generated by ST-DPC and ISD-DPC approaches. Advantages and limitations of each control scheme are highlighted and conclusions regarding applications, quality of current waveforms and burden of calculations are presented.
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Curtin - Faculties - Faculty of Science and Engineering - School of Electrical Engineering and Computing - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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