P.Rajan, P.Ranjith



Revolt a Performance of IMD by Rectified Number of MLI Through Simulink Computational Method

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Titled research work has been dealt with three different topologies of Multilevel Inverter. In the past decades, the researchers have dealt with the conventional topology one which possesses the twelve switches of Multilevel Inverter is applied to an Induction motor drive. The present research work has been introduced a new topology II system which reduces 10 and 5 switches in induction motor. The performance of the research work has been investigated through MATLAB simulation.


Conventional Topology; Multilevel Inverter; Total Harmonics Distortion


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P.Rajan, P.Ranjith. (2018) Revolt a Performance of IMD by Rectified Number of MLI Through Simulink Computational Method. International Journal of Power Systems, 3, 58-74


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