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  • Efficiency comparison between SiC- and Si-based active neutral-point clamped converters 

    Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Maset, Enrique; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Esteve, Vicente; Bordonau Farrerons, José; Calle Prado, Alejandro; Jordán, José (2015)
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    This paper presents an efficiency comparison between silicon-carbide technology and silicon technology. In order to achieve this, the efficiency of an active neutral-point clamped converter built up with silicon carbide ...
  • Enhanced DC-Link Capacitor Voltage Balancing Control of DC-AC Multilevel Multileg Converters 

    Busquets Monge, Sergio; Maheshwari, RamKrishan; Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Lupón Roses, Emilio; Munk Nielsen, Stig; Bordonau Farrerons, José (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015-05-01)
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    This paper presents a capacitor voltage balancing control applicable to any multilevel dc-ac converter formed by a single set of series-connected capacitors implementing the dc link and semiconductor devices, such as the ...
  • Experimental efficiency comparison between a four-level active-clamped and a two-level topology 

    Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Bordonau Farrerons, José; Alepuz Menéndez, Salvador; Calle Prado, Alejandro; Filbà Martínez, Àlber (2013)
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    This paper presents an efficiency analysis of a recently-published topology, the multilevel-active-clamped (MAC) topology. In order to assess the MAC topology, an efficiency comparison between a four-level MAC leg and a ...
  • Fault-tolerance capacity of the multilevel active clamped topology 

    Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Bordonau Farrerons, José; Alepuz Menéndez, Salvador; Calle Prado, Alejandro (IEEE, 2011)
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    Thanks to the inherent redundancy to generate the different output voltage levels, the multilevel active clamped (MAC) topology presents an important fault-tolerance ability which makes it interesting for several applications. ...
  • Fault-tolerance capacity of the multilevel active-clamped topology 

    Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Bordonau Farrerons, José; Alepuz Menéndez, Salvador; Calle Prado, Alejandro (IEEE Press. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2011)
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    Thanks to the inherent redundancy to generate the different output voltage levels, the multilevel active clamped (MAC) topology presents an important fault-tolerance ability which makes it interesting for several applications. ...
  • FPGA implementation of a PWM for a three-phase DC-AC multilevel active-clamped converter 

    Lupón Roses, Emilio; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan (2014-05)
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    With the aim to implement a suitable controller for a three-phase dc-ac multilevel active-clamped converter to enable its use in practice, and as a first step toward a full closed-loop converter control implementation into ...
  • Predictive current control of a back-to-back NPC wind energy conversion system to meet low voltage ride-through requirements 

    Alepuz Menéndez, Salvador; Calle Prado, Alejandro; Busquets Monge, Sergio; Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Bordonau Farrerons, José (2013)
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    Predictive current control is applied to a wind energy conversion system implemented with a permanent-magnet synchronous generator connected to the grid through a back-toback neutral-point-clamped converter. This control ...