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Improved single-phase split-source inverter with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM

Improved single-phase split-source inverter with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM
Improved single-phase split-source inverter with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM
A single stage topology of three phase boost inverter known as split-source inverter (SSI) has recently been introduced in literature. This topology suffers from high frequency current commutations across two diodes and complicated analysis since the inductor is charged with variable duty cycle. This paper presents a single phase version of SSI with improvements in inverter topology as well as the PWM technique. An inductor is connected to two MOSFETs operating at fundamental frequency to boost the voltage from input source to dc link voltage. In the proposed hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM, one of the full-bridge legs undergoes constant duty cycle switching while the other one undergoes sinusoidally varying duty cycle switching, with the former is accountable for charging and discharging of inductor while the latter is accountable for producing ac output. Therefore, the proposed topology with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM exhibit the merit of simplicity since the control of dc link voltage and ac output are detached within the single stage topology. It is not liable to the undesired high frequency current commutation. In addition, a wide range of ac output voltage is achievable in either buck or boost operation. Theoretical analysis are presented and verified through simulation and experimental results.
0278-0046
2024-2031
Lee, Sze Sing
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Heng, Yeh En
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Lee, Sze Sing
47f36964-db27-4f5e-a4d3-4b0ba78ce29e
Heng, Yeh En
6860b43b-9bb5-4553-901f-397d71801b4b

Lee, Sze Sing and Heng, Yeh En (2017) Improved single-phase split-source inverter with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 64 (3), 2024-2031. (doi:10.1109/TIE.2016.2624724).

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Abstract

A single stage topology of three phase boost inverter known as split-source inverter (SSI) has recently been introduced in literature. This topology suffers from high frequency current commutations across two diodes and complicated analysis since the inductor is charged with variable duty cycle. This paper presents a single phase version of SSI with improvements in inverter topology as well as the PWM technique. An inductor is connected to two MOSFETs operating at fundamental frequency to boost the voltage from input source to dc link voltage. In the proposed hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM, one of the full-bridge legs undergoes constant duty cycle switching while the other one undergoes sinusoidally varying duty cycle switching, with the former is accountable for charging and discharging of inductor while the latter is accountable for producing ac output. Therefore, the proposed topology with hybrid quasi-sinusoidal and constant PWM exhibit the merit of simplicity since the control of dc link voltage and ac output are detached within the single stage topology. It is not liable to the undesired high frequency current commutation. In addition, a wide range of ac output voltage is achievable in either buck or boost operation. Theoretical analysis are presented and verified through simulation and experimental results.

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Accepted/In Press date: 10 October 2016
e-pub ahead of print date: 3 November 2016
Published date: March 2017
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 402959
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/402959
ISSN: 0278-0046
PURE UUID: 1e09a419-e478-4240-90bf-62f9c1c187fb
ORCID for Sze Sing Lee: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2455-5783

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Date deposited: 21 Nov 2016 10:01
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:23

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