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Published in:   Vol. 5 Issue 2 Date of Publication:   December 2016

Performance and Implementation of Modular Converter Based on Advanced Control Topology

Navin,Jayanthi , Umasankar

Page(s):   126-128 ISSN:   2278-2397
DOI:   10.20894/IJWT.104.005.002.012 Publisher:   Integrated Intelligent Research (IIR)

In high power industrial drive use the multi modular converter for high voltage dc transmission system. The reduction of switching frequency, reduce thermal stress and harmonic distortion in the output of the converter by using the modular converter. Synchronous optimal pulse width modulation (SOP) is a developing low gadget exchanging recurrence regulation system for high power converters, which keeps up the nature of converter output current. SOP system has been effectively exhibited for established multilevel topologies and it has been demonstrated that greatest gadget exchanging recurrence can be restricted to evaluated principal recurrence for seven or larger amount inverters without trading off on the nature of yield streams. Be that as it may, execution of SOP procedure for MMC topology is as yet pending. One of the primary difficulties for control of MMC is to keep up drifting capacitor voltages around their ostensible esteem. The objective of our investigation is to propose, break down and actualize improved SOP strategy for MMCs to accomplish low device exchanging recurrence operation, better quality of converter output current and keep up capacitor voltages around their perceived value.