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Benbouhenni H, Bizon N, Colak I. A Brief Review of Space Vector Modulation (SVM) Methods and a New SVM Technique Based on the Minimum and Maximum of the Three-Phase Voltages. IJEEE 2022; 18 (3) :2358-2358
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The space vector modulation (SVM) method was recently proposed and captured the interest of scientific research in the following years. In this paper, besides a brief review of the SVM methods proposed in the literature, a new SVM strategy based on the calculation of the minimum (Min) and maximum (Max) of three-phase voltages is proposed. The proposed SVM technique does not have to calculate the sector and angle, as is done in the traditional SVM technique. Therefore, it is the easiest technique to accomplish compared to the traditional SVM method and other existing methods. Compared with the traditional pulse width modulation (PWM), the advantage of using this new SVM strategy is that the scheme is simple and the total harmonic distortion (THD) value in the output of the two-level inverter is minimized. The technology has been simulated by MATLAB/Simulink, and then implemented on a real traditional two-level inverter using the dSPACE card. It is worth reporting the reduction obtained for THD using the proposed SVM technique (where THD is about 70%) compared to the traditional PWM technique (where THD is about 79.5%).
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  • A brief review of the recently proposed spatial vector modulation (SVM) methods in the literature is presented.
  • A new SVM strategy is designed to provide better efficiency to the traditional inverter while maintaining the advantages of the traditional PWM strategy, which are robustness and low voltage fluctuations; it is worth mentioning that the proposed SVM technique does not have to calculate the sector and the angle, as is done in the traditional SVM technique, resulting in increased simplicity in implementation.
  • The performance of the proposed SVM technique is compared to the traditional PWM strategy and other reference strategies from the literature.

Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Converters
Received: 2021/11/26 | Revised: 2022/02/26 | Accepted: 2022/03/13

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