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  • 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 ...
  • Model predictive current control of grid-connected neutral-point-clamped converters to meet low-voltage ride-through requirements 

    Calle Prado, Alejandro; Alepuz Menéndez, Salvador; Bordonau Farrerons, José; Nicolás Apruzzese, Joan; Cortés, Patricio; Rodríguez Pérez, José (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015-03-01)
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    The low-voltage ride through (LVRT) requirement demands the wind power plants to remain connected to the grid in the presence of grid voltage dips, actively helping the network overall control to keep network voltage and ...
  • 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 ...