Modulación Indirecta para el Convertidor Matricial Directo

NIMROD Vazquez, Raúl Diosdado, Héctor Huerta, René Osorio, Eslí Vázquez, Claudia Hernández

Resumen

Los convertidores matriciales han sido estudiados y propuestos para diferentes aplicaciones.  Hay dos tipos de convertidores matriciales: los llamados indirectos y los directos, cada uno con sus ventajas y desventajas. Para el convertidor matricial indirecto se utilizan dos moduladores ya que está compuesto de dos etapas claramente definidas: un rectificador y un convertidor cd/ca; esto permite el uso de técnicas de modulación y control tradicionales. Por el contrario, el convertidor matricial directo se compone de una sola etapa, por lo que se considera un solo modulador o controlador; es decir que se usa un modulador directo.

En este artículo se propone un modulador indirecto, pero para el convertidor matricial directo; esto es, se utilizan dos moduladores virtuales: un modulador para una etapa de entrada o rectificadora y otro para la etapa de salida o inversora; ciertamente ambos moduladores son unidos de forma que se generan las señales de control para el convertidor matricial de una sola etapa. Se presenta el análisis, operación y discusión de la propuesta, pero también resultados de simulación y experimentales que confirman la operación del sistema.

Palabras clave

Conversión; Convertidores; Electrónica de potencia; Modulación; Sistemas de control no lineal.

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