Controlling of Circulating Current in MMC- HVDC using SVPWM

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Neerendra Patel, Shobhna Jain, Seema Saxena


The Particular Multilevel Converter is another plan in the field of medium and high power gadgets. The working activity of converter is relying upon secluded approach. The flowing current which influences both the arms are remunerated by the half and full extensions coordinated as a proposed approach in this work which involves modules, each one being a half-connect related in parallel to a capacitor. The central qualities behind this thought are that it is possible to develop the sinusoidal waveform of the voltage by incorporating a couple of modules in game plan in each stage leg of the converter. An arm inductance is related in course of action with the modules of each arm. Instead of the two level voltage source converter, where the yield stage voltage can be either plus or minus the half of the dc-interface voltage, the MMC with SVPWM can change its yield with steps comparable to each module capacitor's voltage level.

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, N. P. S. J. S. S. “Controlling of Circulating Current in MMC- HVDC Using SVPWM”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 6, no. 5, May 2018, pp. 65-70, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v6i5.1577.