Multi Level Converters and Inverters Projects BTech/Mtech Final Year Electrical Projects

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Recently the “multilevel converter” has drawn tremendous interest in the power industry. The general structure of the multilevel converter is to synthesize a sinusoidal voltage from several levels of voltages, typically obtained from capacitor voltage sources. The so-called “multilevel” starts from three levels. A three-level converter, also known as a “neutral-clamped” converter, consists of two capacitor voltages in series and uses the center tap as the neutral. Each phase leg of the three-level converter has two pairs of switching devices in series. The center of each device pair is clamped to the neutral through clamping diodes. The waveform obtained from a three-level converter is a quasi-square wave output.

Multilevel voltage source converters are emerging as a new breed of power converter options for high-power applications. The multilevel voltage source converters typically synthesize the staircase voltage wave from several levels of dc capacitor voltages. One of the major limitations of the multilevel converters is the voltage unbalance between different levels. The techniques to balance the voltage between different levels normally involve voltage clamping or capacitor charge control. There are several ways of implementing voltage balance in multilevel converters. Without considering the traditional magnetic coupled converters, this paper presents three recently developed multilevel voltage source converters: 1) diode-clamp, 2) flyingcapacitors, and 3) cascaded-inverters with separate dc sources.

Multi Level Converters projects

Multi-Level Converters


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