Principle of a Dual Current Source Converter for AC Motor Drives

@article{Palaniappan1979PrincipleOA,
  title={Principle of a Dual Current Source Converter for AC Motor Drives},
  author={Rasappa G. Palaniappan and Joseph Vithayathil and Samir K. Datta},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications},
  year={1979},
  volume={IA-15},
  pages={445-452}
}
The principle of operation of a dual current source converter is briefly explained. The combination of two single current source converters (SCSC) to form a ``dual (duplex) current source converter'' (DCSC) is proposed. The DCSC is shown to have the following merits: 1) it retains all the advantages of the SCSC; 2) it reduces the harmonic content of the current waveform considerably; and 3) since the load current is shared equally between two current source converters, ratings of the individual… CONTINUE READING

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