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The Design and Implementation of a 5 kW Programmable Three-Phase Harmonic Generator
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The Design and Implementation of a 5 kW Programmable Three-Phase Harmonic Generator
Jeon, Jeong-Chay; Jeon, Hyun-Jae; Choi, Myoung-Il; Park, Chee-Hyun;
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 Abstract
This paper presents the design and implementation of a 5kW programmable three-phase harmonic generator, which is capable of generating sinusoidal output voltages with adjustable output amplitude and frequency over a wide range as well as arbitrary waveforms. The considered harmonic generator is a linear power amplifier type. This system consists mainly of a power converter to generate and amplify waveform signals, a controller to control the desired output signal and measure the output parameters including voltage and current, and a control program to set the desired output and display the output values. The prototype programmable three-phase harmonic generator has been constructed and tested. Test results show that the developed programmable three-phase harmonic generator performs well.
 Keywords
Arbitrary Waveform;Programmable Harmonic Generator;Sinusoidal Output Voltage;
 Language
English
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