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I'm having trouble designing an inverter to power an ac motor using a fuel cell with MATLAB. With the inverter, the output current of the DC converter dips below 0 and the fuel cell does not like that at all because it causes a 'ln of -ve number' error.

I have tried placing an inductor between the inverter and converter, which works but causes the inverter output voltage to dip about 1000 times way below the required voltage.

So the question is: how do I prevent the output current of the converter from dipping below 0 without stepping down the voltage of the inverter?

Thanks in advance for any help given

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# DC to AC Inverter Design Difficulty

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