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Modeling and Control of a Three Phase Voltage Source Inverter with an LCL Filter

Abstract This thesis addresses the design and control of three phase inverters. Such inverters are

used to produce three-phase sinusoidal voltages and currents from a DC source. They

are critical for injecting power from renewable energy sources into the grid. This is

especially true since many of these sources of energy are DC sources (e.g. solar

photovoltaic) or need to be stored in DC batteries because they are intermittent (e.g. wind

and solar). Two classes of inverters are examined in this thesis. A control-centric design

procedure is presented for each class. The first class of inverters is simple in that they

consist of three decoupled subsystems. Such inverters are characterized by no mutual

inductance between the three phases. As su... (more)
Created Date 2015
Contributor Sarkar, Aratrik (Author) / Rodriguez, Armando A. (Advisor) / Si, Jennie (Committee member) / Tsakalis, Konstantinos (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Electrical engineering / Control / H - Infinity Control / LCL filter / Mutual inductance / Power Electronics / Three Phase Inverter
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 166 pages
Language English
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Note Masters Thesis Electrical Engineering 2015
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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