Hybrid Topology of Asymmetric Cascaded Multilevel Inverter with Renewable Energy Sources Simulation Projects

 ABSTRACT:

This paper now a binary topology of Multimodule level inverters production a staircase output voltage from renewable DC voltage sources. The MLI (Multi Level Inverter) want many number of semiconductor switches is main drawback of multilevel inverters.

MLI

The MLI can be classified as two method, one is symmetric and another asymmetric converters. In symmetrical multilevel inverter can apply same voltage level to all cascaded circuit, in asymmetric multilevel inverters can be vary input source voltage at each cascaded H-bridge by using binary algorithm. In this paper, a discrete binary topology for multilevel converters is planned using cascaded sub-multilevel Cells.

DC SOURCE

This sub-multilevel converter can generate sixty three levels of voltage from five discrete DC source. The Total Harmonic Distortions (THD) is reduce by discrete binary topology. The working action and work of the planned multilevel inverters studies has been verified by simulation of using SIMULINK / MATLAB results.

KEYWORDS:

  1. Asymmetric Cascaded Multilevel Inverter
  2. Reduction Of Thyristor Switches
  3. Minimized Total Harmonic Distortions
  4. High Output Gain
  5. Discrete Binary Topology

 SOFTWARE: MATLAB/SIMULINK

BLOCK DIAGRAM:

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Fig 1 General Block Diagram Of Cascaded MLI

 EXPECTED SIMULATION RESULTS:

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 Fig 2 Harmonic Reduction Of Cascaded Multilevel Inverter

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Fig 3 Thyristor Pair ON State Position of Positive and Negative Sine

Switching Techniques

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Fig 4 Switching Techniques, Output Voltage And Gate Triggering System

(G I ,G 2,G3,G4,G5) Wave Form of Cascaded Multilevel Inverter.

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Fig 5 Output Voltage and Current Wave Form of Proposed Multilevel Inverter

 CONCLUSION:

In this paper, a discreet binary topology was presented for cascaded multilevel Inverter, which has reduced number of thyristor switches. The suggested discreet binary topology requires limited switches for synthesized output voltages. The hybrid topology of common h-bridge cascaded multilevel inverter is proposed for variable AC output voltages and frequencies as per given source input by using reduced no of switches to half than conventional inverter. Therefore, the cost of proposed system reduced. As a result, the output voltage waveform presents very low total harmonic distortion profile and provides better efficient. The application of this project is ups and variable speed drives which result in high dynamic response for speed.

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