Performance Evaluation of an Extended Gain Three-Phase Grid Connected Boost-inverter | Abstract

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Performance Evaluation of an Extended Gain Three-Phase Grid Connected Boost-inverter

Abstract

Three-phase boost-inverter consists of three DC-to-DC boost converters with a common point and operates with boosting capability to feed three-phase star connected Load. The main advantage of that inverter is the use of only six IGBTs and small passive elements to obtain an AC output larger than the DC input. This inverter can amplify power sources such as fuelcells, small turbines, and photovoltaic arrays (i.e. it is suitable for distributed power applications). In this paper, two main contributions are presented; first is applying the third harmonic injection scheme to increase the boost-inverter gain. This method permits 15% increase in the output voltage without causing any distortion to line-to-line voltages. Second one studying performance of the grid connected boost-inverter. Simulation and experimental results show the effectiveness of that inverter in grid connection applications.

Dr.A.Elserougi, Dr.A.S.Abdel-Khalik, Dr.A.Massoud, Dr.S.Ahmed

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