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MALAVIYA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JAIPUR.

A SEMINAR PRESENTATION ON

BUCK & BOOST OPERATION USING SINGLE PHASE MATRIX CONVERTER

Guided by:

Presented by:

CONTENTS
1.Introduction to Single Phase Matrix Converter. 2. Controlled Rectifier using SPMC.

3.Boost rectifier using SPMC.


4.Buck operation using SPMC. 5.SPMC incorporating APWM Technique.

6.Buck operation Simulation Results.


7.Boost rectifier simulation Results. 8.Comparision of conventional Boost rectifier and SPMC with APWM. 9.Conclusion. 10. References.

SINGLE PHASE MATRIX CONVERTER

Single Phase Matrix convert(SPMC) consists of Matrix input and output lines with four bi-directional switches connecting the single phase input to single phase output.

The main advantage of Matrix converter over conventional converters is it doesnt have any reactive elements hence helps in power factor improvement.

It is inherently bidirectional, so, can regenerate energy back to supply.

Injected current Harmonic s are reduced as a result power quality gets increased.

CONTROLLED RECTIFIER USING SPMC

There will be two states positive state and negative state.

Although, only positive state is used. Negative state is


redundant.

BOOST RECTIFIER USING SPMC

For Boost rectifier operation a pair of switches S1a and S4a are turn ON state whilst switch S3a implements PWM control in positive cycle.

For Negative cycle, S3b and S2b are turn into ON state,

whilst S4b provides control using PWM.

Switching frequency is 5KHz.

The proposed operation can be divided in to four modes.

When the Inductor current rises from I1 to I2 in time t1,

And when Inductor current falls linearly from I2 to I1 in time t2,

Where, I = I2- I1 the peak-to-peak is ripple current of inductor L. From equations (1) and (2),

Substituting t1= kT and t2 = (1-k)T yields the average output voltage,

Which gives,

Substituting k=t1/T = t1f into equation (5) yields

Assuming a lossless circuit, VsIs = Vout Iout = Vs Iout/(1-K) And average Input current is,

The switching period T can be found from

And this gives the peak-to-peak ripple current

BUCK OPERATION USING SPMC

SPMC INCORPORATING APWM

The proposed controlled rectifier with active PWM using SPMC is as follows,

It is divided into three major components 1) SPMC circuit 2) Boost Inductor 3) Control function Active power filter is used to force the supply current to follow the reference signal. Capacitor C is connected to the line circuit in such a way that its voltage brings a drop in the supply current below reference value.

BUCK OPERATION SIMULATION RESULTS

MATLAB/Simulink is used for simulation of SPMC. RC load of 300 and 1000F is simulated.

BOOST RECTIFIER SIMULATION

The SPMC as Boost rectifier with R load is simulated as shown in figure..

Active power filter function is incorporated to compensate the distorted supply current to become sinusoidal and in-phase with the supply voltage resulting with low total harmonics distortion(THD) .

SPMC WITH APWM

Supply current has been improved from a THD level of 101% to THD level of below 6.52% when using SPMC with APWM technique.

COMPARISION OF CONVENTIONAL BOOST RECTIFIER & SPMC WITH APWM

CONCLUSION

The buck operation using SPMC with RC load and boost rectifier using SPMC topology with R load and RC load has successfully

been implemented. The supply current waveform for the RC load


with APWM function results with an almost sinusoidal and in-phase with the supply voltage. This results in improved power factor and reduced THD level. The simulation results have been presented in the form of waveforms and tabulated data to verify the operation of the proposed rectifier. It is shown that the SPMC topology has inherent versatility extending beyond the direct AC-AC converter, DC chopper and rectifier operation.

REFERENCES

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