A comprehensive analysis of SVPWM for a Five-phase VSI based on SiC devices applied to motor drives
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This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of SVPWM for a five-phase VSI based on SiC devices applied to motor drives. The modulation techniques analyzed use medium and large vectors to reach the reference vector. The 2L SVPWM uses two large space vectors, and the generated output signal contain low frequency harmonics. 2L+2M SVPWM uses two large and two medium space vectors. This technique provides good power loss distribution. 4L SVPWM works with the activation of four large space vectors. This modulation is able to generate low common-mode voltage. The performance and main features are analyzed using Matlab/Simulink and PLECS blockset software. Power losses, total harmonic distortion and common-mode voltage are compared and evaluated.
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CitationAcosta, F.; Zaragoza, J.; Romeral, L. A comprehensive analysis of SVPWM for a Five-phase VSI based on SiC devices applied to motor drives. A: Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. "IECON 2019: 45th Annual Conferenceof the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society: Convention Center, Lisbon, Portugal: 14-17 October, 2019". Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019, p. 1326-1331.
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