Increasing Voltage Utilization in Split-Link, Four-Wire Inverters

Abstract

Three-phase four-wire inverters, with either three-leg or four-leg topology, are useful for interfacing distributed generation to networks of unbalanced loads, but neither of the available circuit topologies is ideal. The split-link three-leg topology (with six switches) suffers from poor DC voltage utilization compared with the four-leg topology (with… (More)

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