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Design of a multi-level inverter for solar power systems with a variable number of levels technique. / Qasim, Mohammed A.; Velkin, Vladimir Ivanovich; Mohammed, Mustafa Fawzi и др.
в: International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems, Том 14, № 2, 06.2023, стр. 1218-1229.

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Qasim MA, Velkin VI, Mohammed MF, Sammour AA, Du Y, Salih SA и др. Design of a multi-level inverter for solar power systems with a variable number of levels technique. International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems. 2023 июнь;14(2):1218-1229. doi: 10.11591/ijpeds.v14.i2.pp1218-1229

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Qasim, Mohammed A. ; Velkin, Vladimir Ivanovich ; Mohammed, Mustafa Fawzi и др. / Design of a multi-level inverter for solar power systems with a variable number of levels technique. в: International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems. 2023 ; Том 14, № 2. стр. 1218-1229.

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title = "Design of a multi-level inverter for solar power systems with a variable number of levels technique",
abstract = "Overall harmonic distortion and losses will grow during an energy conversion process, while power stability will be reduced. Multilevel inverter technologies have recently become very popular as low-cost alternatives for a variety of industrial purposes. The design's minimal benefits include reduced component losses, decreased switching and conduction losses, along with enhanced output voltage and current waveforms. Also, a reduction of the harmonic components of the current and output voltage of the inverter are the most important requirements in multilevel inverters. A seven-level inverter design is presented in this paper that is simulated using MATLAB/Simulink. The inverter converts the DC voltage from three photovoltaic (PV) systems into AC voltage at seven levels. During an outage of one of the PV systems, the inverter will make a switching reduction and supply the AC voltage as a five-level inverter. The inverter{\textquoteright}s total harmonic distortion (THD) when it performs as a five-level or seven-level inverter is 4.19% or 1.13% respectively. The modulation technique used is phase disposition via six carriers and a single reference signal at the fundamental frequency. {\textcopyright} 2023, Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science. All rights reserved.",
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note = "Funding from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Ural Federal University Program of Development within the Priority-2030 Program) is gratefully acknowledged: Grant Number FEUZ-2022-0031.",
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AU - Du, Yang

AU - Salih, Sajjad Abdul-adheem

AU - Aljashaami, Baseem Abdulkareem

AU - Gulmurodovich, Sharipov Parviz

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N2 - Overall harmonic distortion and losses will grow during an energy conversion process, while power stability will be reduced. Multilevel inverter technologies have recently become very popular as low-cost alternatives for a variety of industrial purposes. The design's minimal benefits include reduced component losses, decreased switching and conduction losses, along with enhanced output voltage and current waveforms. Also, a reduction of the harmonic components of the current and output voltage of the inverter are the most important requirements in multilevel inverters. A seven-level inverter design is presented in this paper that is simulated using MATLAB/Simulink. The inverter converts the DC voltage from three photovoltaic (PV) systems into AC voltage at seven levels. During an outage of one of the PV systems, the inverter will make a switching reduction and supply the AC voltage as a five-level inverter. The inverter’s total harmonic distortion (THD) when it performs as a five-level or seven-level inverter is 4.19% or 1.13% respectively. The modulation technique used is phase disposition via six carriers and a single reference signal at the fundamental frequency. © 2023, Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science. All rights reserved.

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