Disturbances Generated by Three-Phase Pulse-Burst-Modulated Loads and the Remedial Methods

Abstract

The Pulse-Burst Modulation Method used today for three-phase load control has two major drawbacks: 1) It can generate annoyingly high levels of dc currents. 2) In four-wire systems the neutral wire carries a large single pulse of current at the beginning and end of each switching period. 

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@article{Emanuel1981DisturbancesGB, title={Disturbances Generated by Three-Phase Pulse-Burst-Modulated Loads and the Remedial Methods}, author={Alexander Eigeles Emanuel and David. J. Pileggi and Edward M. Gulachenski and F. J. Levitsky}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems}, year={1981}, volume={PAS-100}, pages={4533-4539} }