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Arunkumaran B.,Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology | Sekhar C.S.A.,Kumaran Institute of Technology | Raghavendra Rajan V.,Oxford Engineering College | Sasikumar M.,Jeppiaar Engineering College ChennaiTamilnadu
Proceedings - NCET NRES EM 2014: 2nd IEEE National Conference on Emerging Trends in New and Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Management | Year: 2015

SVPWM and SVM controlled smart VSI fed PMSG consisting of three phase diode bridge rectifier and three phase IGBT bridge inverter is proposed in the paper. SVM control strategy is used to control the inverter voltage. The ripple free output waveform is provided by SVPWM and so it is most desired. In the conventional method they SVPWM is used to control the inverter. For the same system SVM controlled VSI is applied and the THD level is analysed. It is found to be less when compared to SPWM control method. The comparison of both conventional as well as proposed model was verified and analysed using MATLAB simulation and 800W experimental setup. © 2014 IEEE.


Sekhar C.S.A.,Kumaran Institute of Technology | Rajan V.R.,Oxford Engineering College | Arunkurnaran B.,Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology | Sasikumar M.,Jeppiaar Engineering College ChennaiTamilnadu
Proceedings - NCET NRES EM 2014: 2nd IEEE National Conference on Emerging Trends in New and Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Management | Year: 2015

This paper deals with the interconnection of wind driven SEIG for drive applications by using TL Z-source inverter strategy. TL Z-source consists of two coupled inductors having turns ratio γTL and four diodes are used. The wind energy system uses a two Self Excited Induction generator (SEIG) connected parallel in order to increase the reliability. The proposed system components like wind turbine SEIG, Rectifier, SVM Controlled TL Z-source Inverter, are modelled by Matlab Simulink. The maximum power can be extracted and supplied to the load efficiently by using TL Z-source inverter with a proper value of modulation index. The simulation output is analysed experimentally using 500 W experimental setup. © 2014 IEEE.

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