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Przegląd Elektrotechniczny

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Review of overvoltage and resonance problems and reduction of in a DTC-controlled five-level flying capacitor drive

Autorzy Arasteh, M.  Rahmati, A.  Farhangi, S.  Abrishamifar, A. 
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PL Problem przepięć i rezonansów w wielopoziomowych napędach typu DTC ze sterowaną pojemnością
Języki publikacji EN
EN The overvoltage and resonance problems that cause early defects in the stator winding insulation are well known in the low voltage drives. This paper investigates these problems the medium voltage drives and offers the necessary measures to prevent these problems in a DTCcontrolled five-level flying capacitor drive. With properly designed switching tables and using a fixed switching frequency, occurrence of overvoltage is prevented. Also, using a fixed switching frequency of occurrence of resonance is prevented. Simulation results and implementing a 3kVA samples using direct torque control strategy has been presented confirming the proposed solutions.
PL Problemy przepięć i rezonansów powodujących uszkodzenia izolacji stojana są dobrze znanym problemem napędów niskonapięciowych. W artykule zbada no podobne zjawiska występujące w napędach średniego napięcia i zaproponowano metody zapobiegania tym problemom na przykładzie pięciopoziomowego napędu ze sterowaną pojemnością. Dzięki prawidłowemu zaprojektowaniu systemu przełączania zapobiega się przepięciom. Rezultaty symulacji i zastosowanie w układzie 3 kVA potwierdziły założenia pracy.
Słowa kluczowe
PL przepięcia   rezonans  
EN voltage reflection   resonance phenomena   flying capacitor inverter  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo SIGMA-NOT
Czasopismo Przegląd Elektrotechniczny
Rocznik 2011
Tom R. 87, nr 2
Strony 269--275
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 43 poz., rys., tab.
autor Arasteh, M.
autor Rahmati, A.
autor Farhangi, S.
autor Abrishamifar, A.
  • School of Electrical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Narmak, Teheran, Iran,
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