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Comparative Study between Different Modulation Strategies for Five Levels NPC Topology Inverter

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The object of this paper is the study of various modulation strategies applied to the five-level inverter neutral-point-clamped NPC topology. Firstly we presented the structure of the voltage inverter three-phase five-level NPC topology. After that we model the inverter and the inverter are controlled by different strategies and then we made a comparative study between the results given by different strategies.

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N. Cherchali, A. Tlemçani, M. Boucherit and L. Barazane, "Comparative Study between Different Modulation Strategies for Five Levels NPC Topology Inverter," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2011, pp. 276-284. doi: 10.4236/epe.2011.33035.

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