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Compentency: Control strategies of three-phase inverters and matrix converters


Module type: elective module


Semester: summer


Site: Sfax


Language: English


Workload: 45 hours course attendance; 30 hours tutored project


Credits points: 3


Recommended qualifications: none

Courses

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course PWM Control Strategies of Two-Level Inverters the students are able to:

  • make the synthesis and the implementation of different pulse-width modulation (PWM) techniques for the control of three-phase two-level voltage source inverter

Content

  • Sinusoidal PWM
  • Third Harmonic Injection PWM
  • Conventional Space Vector PWM
  • Bus-Clamping Space Vector PWM

Details

  • Lecturer: Bassem EL BADSI, Badii Bouzidi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (70%); tutored project defense (30%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course PWM Control Strategies of Three-Level Inverters the students are able to:

  • make the synthesis and the implementation of different PWM techniques for the control of three-phase three-level voltage source inverter

Content

  • Modelling of Three-Level Inverter
  • Sinusoidal PWM Technique
  • Space Vector PWM Technique

Details

  • Lecturer: Bassem EL BADSI, Badii Bouzidi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (70%); tutored project defense (30%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Matrix Converters and their Control Strategies the students are able to:

  • make the modelling and the implementation of different modulation techniques for the control of matrix converters

Content

  • Modelling of Matrix Converters
  • Venturini's Modulation Technique
  • Venturini's Optimum Modulation Technique

Details

  • Lecturer: Bassem EL BADSI, Badii Bouzidi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (70%); tutored project defense (30%)