PSPICE simulation of three-phase inverters by means of switching functions

@inproceedings{Salazar1994PSPICESO,
  title={PSPICE simulation of three-phase inverters by means of switching functions},
  author={Lautaro D. Salazar and G{\'e}za Jo{\'o}s},
  year={1994}
}
Static power converters can be analyzed by means of widely available circuit simulation software packages such as PSPICE. However, they are usually modeled as a set of real switches, which results in long execution times and possible convergence problems in the case of complex circuits. This paper proposes macromodels to simulate three-phase power converters on such packages. The proposed macromodels are based on converter switching functions rather than actual circuit configuration, and they… CONTINUE READING

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