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FPGA Based Five-Phase Sinusoidal PWM Generator

Sutikno, Tole and Nik Idris, Nik Rumzi and Alsofyani, I.M. and Jidin, Auzani and Raj, L. Logan (2012) FPGA Based Five-Phase Sinusoidal PWM Generator. In: PECon 2012, 2-5 December 2012, Kinabalu.

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Abstract

Multiphase machine has became popular in many rotational drive applications due to its reliability, high efficiency and high quality of waveforms. Moreover, this machine (e.g. 5-phase induction machine) can provide more options for selecting the most optimum voltage vector since the number of switching devices of the inverter increases that can enhance torque capability and improve dynamic performances. However, the great advantageous offered cannot be realized if the switching and control strategy performed at very low sampling frequency which does not guarantee for the multiphase drive to operate at optimum operations. This paper presents the realization of fivephase sinusoidal PWM signal generator at fast sampling frequency using one-chip programmable gate array (FPGA). It can be shown that the generation of sinusoidal PWM using FPGA can perform the switching frequency of the inverter at 40 kHz switching frequency that may raise potential for excellent drive performances.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology (Fakultas Teknologi Industri) > S1-Electrical Engineering (S1-Teknik Elektro)
Depositing User: Tole Sutikno
Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2013 03:19
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2013 03:19
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/2208

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