SIMULATION OF A HIGH-POWERED VARIABLE FREQUENCY AC DRIVE BASED ON A MULTIPULSE CURRENT SOURCE INVERTER
Keywords:24-pulse current inverter, AC drives, Matlab-model, efficiency
A computer model building technique for an AC drive system with an autonomous 24-pulse current inverter is introduced. On the basis of the technique developed, a MATLAB variable-frequency drive model capable of working in both quasi-stationary and transient modes is built.
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