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http://hdl.handle.net/10985/6748
A Simple Carrier-Based Modulation for the SVM of the Matrix Converter
LE MOIGNE, Philippe; DELARUE, Philippe; VIDET, Arnaud; CIMETIERE, Xavier; ARPILLIERE, Michel; GRUSON, Francois
Today, industry has not fully embraced the matrix converter solution. One important reason is its high control complexity. It is therefore relevant to propose a simpler but efficient modulation scheme, similar as three phase voltage source inverter modulators with the well-known symmetrical carrier-based ones. The modulation presented in this paper is equivalent to a particular space vector modulation (SVM) and takes into account harmonics and unbalanced input voltages, with the same maximum voltage transfer ratio (86%). The aim of this work is to propose a simple and general pulse width-modulation method using carrier-based modulator for an easier matrix converter control. Furthermore, a simple duty cycle calculation method is used, based on a virtual matrix converter. Finally, simulations and experimentations are presented to validate this simple, original and efficient modulation concept equivalent to matrix converter SVM.
Tue, 01 Jan 2013 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/67482013-01-01T00:00:00ZLE MOIGNE, PhilippeDELARUE, PhilippeVIDET, ArnaudCIMETIERE, XavierARPILLIERE, MichelGRUSON, FrancoisToday, industry has not fully embraced the matrix converter solution. One important reason is its high control complexity. It is therefore relevant to propose a simpler but efficient modulation scheme, similar as three phase voltage source inverter modulators with the well-known symmetrical carrier-based ones. The modulation presented in this paper is equivalent to a particular space vector modulation (SVM) and takes into account harmonics and unbalanced input voltages, with the same maximum voltage transfer ratio (86%). The aim of this work is to propose a simple and general pulse width-modulation method using carrier-based modulator for an easier matrix converter control. Furthermore, a simple duty cycle calculation method is used, based on a virtual matrix converter. Finally, simulations and experimentations are presented to validate this simple, original and efficient modulation concept equivalent to matrix converter SVM.