Implementation of Multilevel Inverter-Fed Induction Motor Drive
- G. Pandian (Sathyabama University)
- S. Rama Reddy (Jerusalem College of Engineering)
This paper presents the simulation and implementation of multilevel inverter fed induction motor drive. The output harmonic content is reduced by using multilevel inverter. In symmetrical circuit, the voltage and power increase with the increase in the number of levels of inverter. The switching angle for the pulse is selected in such way to reduce the harmonic distortion. This drive system has advantages like reduced total harmonic distortion and higher torque. The model of the multilevel inverter system is developed with SVM strategy to control the induction motor. The experimental results coincide with simulation results.
Keywords: computer programming|electricity|electronics|machine design|research
How to Cite:
Pandian, G. & Reddy, S. R., (2008) “Implementation of Multilevel Inverter-Fed Induction Motor Drive”, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering 24(2).