A Single Switched Capacitor Cell Multilevel Inverter using APOD PWM Technique for Power Grid Application

  title={A Single Switched Capacitor Cell Multilevel Inverter using APOD PWM Technique for Power Grid Application},
  author={S BhagyalakshmiP and Beena M Varghese and Bos Mathew Jos},
  journal={international journal of engineering trends and technology},
Multilevel inverter is a power electronic device that is used for high voltage and high power application because of its characteristics of synthesizing a sinusoidal voltage on several DC levels. They give good quality output resulting with lower harmonic distortion in the output. This topology is designed based on Switched Capacitor technique and the number of output levels is determined by the number of Switched Capacitor (SC) cells. Only one DC voltage source is needed and the problem of… 

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A new boost switched capacitor multilevel inverter using different multi carrier PWM techniques

  • M. KanimozhiP. Geetha
  • Engineering
    2014 International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies [ICCPCT-2014]
  • 2014
The proposed inverter is driven by different multi carrier based techniques like PDPWM, P ODPWM & APODPWM and total harmonic distortion (THD) of each type is compared and results are shown.

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