Conventional Space-Vector Modulation Techniques Versus the Single-Phase Modulator for Multilevel Converters

@article{Galvn2010ConventionalSM,
  title={Conventional Space-Vector Modulation Techniques Versus the Single-Phase Modulator for Multilevel Converters},
  author={Jose Ignacio Le{\'o}n Galv{\'a}n and Sergio Vazquez and Juan Antonio Sanchez and Ram{\'o}n Portillo Guisado and Leopoldo Garc{\'i}a Franquelo and Juan Manuel Carrasco Sol{\'i}s and Eugenio Dominguez},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2010},
  volume={57},
  pages={2473-2482}
}
Space-vector modulation (SVM) is a well-suited technique to be applied to multilevel converters and is an important research focus in the last 25 years. Recently, a single-phase multilevel modulator has been introduced, showing its conceptual simplicity and its very low computational cost. In this paper, some of the most conventional multilevel SVM techniques have been chosen to compare their results with those obtained with single-phase multilevel modulators. The obtained results demonstrate… CONTINUE READING
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