Six-phase Voltage Forming Method using the Largest Magnitude Space Vectors
Keywords:Multi-phase circuit systems, multiple d-q planes, space vector modulation, voltage source inverters
AbstractIn this paper, a six-phase voltage source inverter with a single-neutral star connected load is investigated. A space vector PWM (SVPWM), which uses largest magnitude vectors is proposed and implemented. Simulation results of the six-phase voltage source inverter (VSI), which uses the proposed SVPWM method, are compared to the results when a standard sinusoidal PWM scheme is used. Analysis of the results shows that proposed SVPWM scheme is suitable to form a six-phase sinusoidal output voltage. The main advantage of proposed SVPWM scheme is that it requires the same computational resources as the three-phase SVPWM.
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