Implementation of VSI based Single-Phase to Three-Phase Drive System

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2014 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 1 Issue 8
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Srinath Yantrapalli, Mudusu.Srinu, Kummitha Gopal Reddy
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Srinath Yantrapalli, Mudusu.Srinu, Kummitha Gopal Reddy, "Implementation of VSI based Single-Phase to Three-Phase Drive System" SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1.8 (2014): 5-11.

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Srinath Yantrapalli, Mudusu.Srinu, Kummitha Gopal Reddy,(2014). Implementation of VSI based Single-Phase to Three-Phase Drive System. SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1(8), 5-11.

Abstract:

 In this paper we proposed better solution for single phase to three phase drive system by employing 2 parallel single phase rectifier stages, a3-phase inverter stage and also we require 3-phase induction motor. In this proposed topology greatly reduces rectifier switching currents and also total harmonic distortion at the side of input converter and this paper gives fault tolerance characteristics improvements, where the added advantage of the proposed system by incorporating more number of switches total energy loss present in the conventional system is reduced to more extent. The main objective of this paper is to reduce the circulating currents. Finally with developed fuzzy logic controller strategy, pulse width modulation (PWM) the total harmonic distortion and elimination of error in the voltage are decreased. We also simulated results with Matlab Simulink and three phase drive system performance.

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Key Words:

Ac-dc-ac power converter, drive system, fault identification,Control strategy.