Pulse width modulation for power converters: Principles and practice

Holmes, G and Lipo, T 2003, Pulse width modulation for power converters: Principles and practice, IEEE Press, United States.


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Title Pulse width modulation for power converters: Principles and practice
Author(s) Holmes, G
Lipo, T
Year 2003
Publisher IEEE Press
Place of publication United States
Subjects Power and Energy Systems Engineering (excl. Renewable Power)
Summary An integrated and comprehensive theory of PWM. The selection of the best algorithm for optimum pulse width modulation is an important process that can result in improved converter efficiency, better load (motor) efficiency, and reduced electromagnetic interference. However, the identification of the best approach is a complex process requiring extensive mathematical manipulation.
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Keyword(s) sampled modulation
discontinuous modulation
first carrier group
inner integral limits
overmodulation conditions
carrier interval
multilevel inverters
complete harmonic solution
optimum switching angles
phase leg voltage
baseband harmonics
cascaded bridges
multilevel inverter topology
reference voltage vector
regular sampling process
switched output voltage
sideband harmonics
multilevel converters
carrier pulse ratio
phase leg inverter
power electronic conversion systems
overmodulation region
switched pulse sequence
zero space vector
space vector modulation
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