Mathematical Driving Model of Three Phase, Two Level Inverter by (Method of Interconnected Subsystem)

Abstract

In this paper describe to mathematical analysis for a three-phase, two level inverter designs. As we know the power electronic devices (inverter) to convert the DC power to AC power (controller on output voltage and frequency level). In Industrial applications, the inverters are used for adjustable speed (AC Drives). In this paper, the mathematical analyses for inverter design are done by using Software packages C++ Builder and visual C++ Language. For non- linear distortions described by the load power factor in power system networks. The P.F is reverse proportional with the harmonics distortion. Small P.F means much more of harmonic distortion, and lower power quality for consumers. to improve the P.F, and power quality in this paper the small capacitor installed as part of the rectified the load current has power (30 KW with P.F load 0.8), the fluctuations of the rectified voltage must not greater than +/- 10%.The power factor proportion of the load power, with Modulation coefficient p.u approximately unity. The calculation is achieved with different integrations steps with load power 30KW, 0.8 P.F. all results done Based on model and experimental data..