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M.A.S. Masoum, A. Kazemi, S.M.H. Nabavi

Optimal control of booster phase shifters using HVSO pulse width modulation

language: English

received 04.09.2005, published 30.04.2006

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ABSTRACT

Pulse width modulation (PWM) phase shifters allow smooth control of power flow in transmission lines. Previous publications present a multimodal structure based on PWM control of GTO to achieve high-voltage and high speed switching. A new control scheme based on the high voltage sub optimal PWM modulation is proposed for semiconductor-controlled static phase shifters and its performance is compared with SPWM and optimal regular-sampled PWM techniques. This paper proposed a new single-module; six- switch structure based on high voltage sub optimal (HVSO) PWM technique with high voltage and limited harmonic injection. Simulations and comparisons of different PWM techniques for semiconductor-controlled static phase shifter (SPS) are used to illustrate the advantages and fine performance of the proposed structure

12 pages, 10 figures

Сitation: M.A.S. Masoum, A. Kazemi, S.M.H. Nabavi. Optimal control of booster phase shifters using HVSO pulse width modulation. Electronic Journal “Technical Acoustics”, http://www.ejta.org, 2006, 9.

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Mohammad A. S. Masoum received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1983, 1985, and 1991, respectively, from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA. Currently, he is an Associate Professor at Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran. Dr. Masoum is a senior member of IEEE and his research interests include: Optimization, Power Quality and Stability of Power Systems, Drives and Power Electronics

 
 

Ahad Kazemi was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1952. He received his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from Oklahoma State University, U.S.A in 1979. He is currently an associate professor in electrical engineering department of Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran. His research interests are reactive power control, power system dynamics, stability and control and FACTS devices

e-mail: kazemi(at)iust.ac.ir

 
 

Seyyed Mohammad Hossien Nabavi. Academic Degrees: B.S.c., 2001, University of Bosheher, Azad , IRAN, M.S.c., 2003, University of Tehran, IRAN University of Science & Technology, IRAN, Ph.D. Study in University of Tehran, IRAN University of Science & Technology, IRAN. Field of Interests: Power Electronics, Power Quality, Electrical Machines, FACTS Device

e-mail: h_nabavi(at)ee.iust.ac.ir