Analysis and design aspects of a series power semiconductor array with digital waveform control capability for single phase ac voltage regulators and other applications
Jindasa, C., & Kularatna, N. (2011). Analysis and design aspects of a series power semiconductor array with digital waveform control capability for single phase ac voltage regulators and other applications. Circuits and Systems, 02(03), 249-259.
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A series connected power semiconductor array, with digital control capability could be used for developing single phase AC regulators or other applications such as AC electronic loads. This technique together with an ordinary gapless transformer could be used to develop a low cost AC voltage regulator (AVR) to provide better or comparable specifications with bulky ferro-resonant AVR types. One primary advantage of the technique is that digital control can be used to minimize harmonics. Commencing with a review of AC voltage regulator techniques for single phase power conditioning systems, an analysis and design aspects of this technique is presented with experimental results for AVRs. Guidelines on how to utilize the technique in a generalized basis is also summarized together with a summary of a technique for achieving harmonic control.
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