Tri-State Current Source Inverter WithImproved Dynamic Performance


Traditional dc-ac current source inverter (CSI) has a right-half-plane (RHP) zero in its control-to-output transfer function. This RHP zero causes the inverter output to fall before rising when a step increase in command reference is required (commonly known as non-minimum-phase effect). To achieve a better dynamic response, this paper proposes the design… (More)

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@article{Loh2008TriStateCS, title={Tri-State Current Source Inverter WithImproved Dynamic Performance}, author={Poh Chiang Loh and Frede Blaabjerg and Chow Pang Wong and P. C. Tan}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics}, year={2008}, volume={23}, pages={1631-1640} }