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Evaluation of a dual-T-type converter supplying an open-end winding induction machine

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The multilevel inverter is a promising technology compared to two-level inverters in the applications of ac-drives and smart-grid applications. In this paper, a dual-T-type three-level inverters is used to drive an open-end winding induction machine. The Space-Vector Pulse-Width Modulation is selected as a good-performing control strategy to control the dual-inverter. Furthermore, an optimized method is used to select the proper switching state for the new configuration to decrease the converter losses. A comparison between the proposed configuration and the conventional diode clamped converter is made. The proposed drive system is designed and modelled by using Matlab/Simulink. It is shown that the converter can give the same hexagon, wave forms and harmonic spectrum of the five level converter. An optimized switching state selection is used to reduce the converter losses. The advantages and drawbacks of the dual-T-type configuration are discussed. In addition, the harmonic analysis and the loss calculations of the dual-T-type converter are provided and compared to the T-type three-level converter and the conventional five-level diode-clamped-converter.
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Diode-clamped-Converter, Multilevel converter, T-type converter

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Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr, Frederik De Belie, Araz Darba, Mostafa Eissa, Sherif Wasfy, and Jan Melkebeek. 2013. “Evaluation of a dual-T-type Converter Supplying an Open-end Winding Induction Machine.” In IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 749–754. IEEE.
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Salem Mohamed Salem, A., De Belie, F., Darba, A., Eissa, M., Wasfy, S., & Melkebeek, J. (2013). Evaluation of a dual-T-type converter supplying an open-end winding induction machine. IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (pp. 749–754). Presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial-Electronics-Society (IECON), IEEE.
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Salem Mohamed Salem A, De Belie F, Darba A, Eissa M, Wasfy S, Melkebeek J. Evaluation of a dual-T-type converter supplying an open-end winding induction machine. IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. IEEE; 2013. p. 749–54.
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Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr et al. “Evaluation of a dual-T-type Converter Supplying an Open-end Winding Induction Machine.” IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. IEEE, 2013. 749–754. Print.
@inproceedings{4229117,
  abstract     = {The multilevel inverter is a promising technology compared to two-level inverters in the applications of ac-drives and smart-grid applications. In this paper, a dual-T-type three-level inverters is used to drive an open-end winding induction machine. The Space-Vector Pulse-Width Modulation is selected as a good-performing control strategy to control the dual-inverter. Furthermore, an optimized method is used to select the proper switching state for the new configuration to decrease the converter losses. A comparison between the proposed configuration and the conventional diode clamped converter is made. The proposed drive system is designed and modelled by using Matlab/Simulink. It is shown that the converter can give the same hexagon, wave forms and harmonic spectrum of the five level converter. An optimized switching state selection is used to reduce the converter losses. The advantages and drawbacks of the dual-T-type configuration are discussed. In addition, the harmonic analysis and the loss calculations of the dual-T-type converter are provided and compared to the T-type three-level converter and the conventional five-level diode-clamped-converter.},
  author       = {Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr and De Belie, Frederik and Darba, Araz and Eissa, Mostafa and Wasfy, Sherif  and Melkebeek, Jan},
  booktitle    = {IEEE Industrial Electronics Society},
  isbn         = {9781479902248},
  issn         = {1553-572X},
  keywords     = {Diode-clamped-Converter,Multilevel converter,T-type converter},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Vienna, Austry},
  pages        = {749--754},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Evaluation of a dual-T-type converter supplying an open-end winding induction machine},
  year         = {2013},
}

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