m-Mode SVPWM Principle of Power Electronic Converter

  • Bo ZhangEmail author
  • Dongyuan Qiu
Part of the CPSS Power Electronics Series book series (CPSS)


The power electronic converter achieves the required output performance by turning on or off the power switching components, and its operating mode can be modeled by the piecewise differential equation. Since the model of power electronic converter is consistent with that of the switched linear system, this chapter directly introduces the concept and definition of the state controllability of power electronic converter, derives the criterion of state controllability, and proposes the principle of m-mode SVPWM.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Electric PowerSouth China University of TechnologyGuangzhouChina

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