|Dec8-12, 02:12 PM||#1|
3 Phase VSC SPWM (Triple-n harmonics)
Why is it that we accept triple-n harmonics in the output voltage spectrum of VSCs?
Assume we are using SPWM where the frequency modulation index is selected to be a large odd integer multiple of 3.
|Dec8-12, 06:20 PM||#2|
Sorry I don't understand the acronyms.
In case this is three-phase current, triple-n harmonics cancel out naturally.
|Dec9-12, 10:35 AM||#3|
VSC = Voltage Source Converter
SPWM = Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation
Can you explain further how the triple-n harmonics cancel out naturally? And by "triple-n" do they just mean the harmonics that are integer multiple of 3?
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