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Harmonics Analysis of High Power PWM Convertors Connected To Grid Using Sequential Sampling State Vector Modulation Method in SS Model

Author : Rajesh Maharudra Patil 1 Dr. M S Nagaraj 2 Dr. P S Venkataramu 3

Date of Publication :7th August 2016

Abstract: In this research paper, the design & development of a high power PWM convertor (12-pulse & 24-pulse convertors connected to the grid) is considered using the SVM method, which is used to reduce the harmonic contents in the supply waveforms. Simulations are performed in the Matlab-Simulink environment & the simulation results are obtained. The results shows the efficacy of the method developed for harmonic suppression.

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