Journal of Applied Sciences1812-56541812-5662Asian Network for Scientific Information10.3923/jas.2007.989.994SaadounA.YousfiA.AmiratY.7200777The present research is concerned with the development
of two space vector pulse width modulated VSI models using the software
package Matlab. The theoretical principles underlying the space vector
modulation technique are presented but have been limited to the few relations
needed for the model implementation. The first model, the formulation
of which is based on the concept of switching function associated with
the semiconductor power switches, is a switched mode inverter while the
second model, the sine mode inverter, is formulated in terms of the duty
times cycles of the pole switches is a nearly perfect sine wave space
vector controlled generator. By comparison to the switched mode inverter,
the sine mode inverter exhibits a larger bandwidth to frequency demand.
The reliability of the sine mode model has been checked against the experimental
results available in the literature provided by Analog Device Corporation.]]>Broeck, V.H.W., H.C. Skudelny and G.V. Stanke,1988Leonhard, W.,1997Pinheiro, J.R., F. Botteron, H.L. Hey and H. Pinheiro,2003The MathWorks,2004Vas, P.,1999