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Predictive control techniques applied to a 2L-VSI

Rojas, Diego; Rivera, Marco; Toledo, Sergio; Wheeler, Patrick

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Diego Rojas

Marco Rivera

Sergio Toledo

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Professor of Power Electronic Systems


In recent years, Model Based Predictive Control (MPC), applied to power converters, has been successfully presented as an alternative to traditional control techniques due to its fast dynamic response, ability to incorporate various requirements of control in a cost function, among other attractive characteristics. This work describes different predictive control techniques applied to two-level voltage source inverters. The application of the MPC control technique to a two-level voltage source inverter (2L-VSI) will be analyzed, taking into account the control of current and voltage separately, for three-phase loads, in which the stationary response will be studied and transitory under certain working conditions. The MPC control method is theoretically analyzed and simulated in Matlab/Simulink with different sampling times.


Rojas, D., Rivera, M., Toledo, S., & Wheeler, P. (2021). Predictive control techniques applied to a 2L-VSI. .

Conference Name 2021 IEEE CHILEAN Conference on Electrical, Electronics Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies (CHILECON)
Conference Location Valparaíso, Chile
Start Date Dec 6, 2021
End Date Dec 9, 2021
Acceptance Date Dec 1, 2021
Online Publication Date Feb 11, 2022
Publication Date Dec 9, 2021
Deposit Date Jul 22, 2022
Publicly Available Date Aug 4, 2022
Publisher IEEE
ISBN 9781665408738
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Additional Information Abstract in English; text in Spanish.


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