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Ogasawara, Satoshi Okayama University
Akagi, Hirofumi Tokyo Institute of Technology
This paper proposes a PWM rectifier/inverter system capable of suppressing not only supply harmonic currents but also electromagnetic interference (EMI). An active common-noise canceler (ACC) developed for this system is characterized by sophisticated connection of a common-mode transformer which can compensate for common-mode voltages produced by both PWM rectifier and inverter. As a result, the size of the common-mode transformer can be reduced to 1/3, compared with the previously proposed ACC. A prototype PWM rectifier/inverter system (2.2 kW) has been implemented and tested. Some experimental results show reduction characteristics of the supply harmonic current and EMI
AC-DC power convertors
DC-AC power convertors
PWM power convertors
power conversion harmonics
Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/IAS.2001.955904
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