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ABSTRACT - The majority o f Industrial drives use

electric motors , since they are controllable and readily

available. In practice, most of these drives are based on

an induction motor because such motors are rugged,

reliable, and relatively inexpensive.

Single phase to three phase converter have a wide

range of application in rural area and also in industries

where three phase equipment or motors are to be operated

from the easily available single phase supply. These

converters are excellent choice for situation where three

phase power supply is not available. The added advantage is

that the three phase motors are more efficient and

economical than single-phase motors. Also the starting

current in three phase motors is less severe than in single

phase motors. This needs a strong, efficient cost effective and

high quality single phase to three-phase conversion.

Advanced PWM techniques are employed to guarantee high

quality output voltage and sinusoidal input at the terminal of

single phase source. By using the interleaved boost converter

in continuous current mode with high power factor will give

required dc voltage to develop output ac line to line voltage

at its rated value.

Three phase ac drive using single phase supply is

an approach to implement high frequency induction

boosting along with the three phase PWM inverter for

controlling the speed of three phase induction motor by v/f

ratio control. This scheme can be used in lathe machines,

small cranes, lifts etc., which are frequently switched ON

and OFF, so that they can be run from a single-phase



Power electronics is a branch of engineering, which

is concerned with conversion and control of electrical

power for various applications. The converters could be

classified as



ac to dc



dc to ac



dc to dc

Ac power controller :

at same frequency

Cyclo - converter


direct frequency changer

Often a conversion system is a hybrid type that

mixes more than one basic conversion process. To

achieve high efficiency of conversion ON / OFF

switching device is used. The switching type of

conversion can introduce distortion and generates

harmonics on source line and load; such problems can be

eliminated by introducing filter at the input.

In an uncontrolled converter the output is almost

fixed and the line current contains harmonics. In phase

control converter, the output voltage can be varied but the

line currents are rich in harmonics, and the line

fundamental current lags the voltage. The distorted line

current tends to distort the line voltage and which leads to

problems in the equipment operating on the same bus.

The output of an uncontrolled converter can be

controlled by controlling the duty cycle of the boost

switch connected at the output of converter. In order to

control the duty cycle of output, PWM techniques are

often used to reduce the harmonics content. Since, the frequency of operation is very high the filter used in boost converter is also reduced. The proposed Topology employs a boost converter to boost the dc link voltage to 325 V using interleaved boost converter. The dc link voltage is fed to three-phase PWM inverter. PWM inverter reduces the harmonic content to larger extent. Changing the modulation index can easily vary the output voltage of inverter IC HEF4752 V is a special purpose IC which can be used to control the speed of three phase ac motor using v/f control.


The schematic representation of the implementation of the setup shown in figure. The schematic diagram can be divided into two parts part 1 represents the bridge rectifier, filter and HF induction boost converter using the principle of interleaved boost converter. Number of stages of interleaved boost converter may be used depending on the power to be handled by the converter. In this setup only two interleaved stages are used MOSFETs are being used as switching device. Part 2 represents three-phase voltage source, PWM inverter with motor load. Transistors are being used as switching device along with ant parallel diodes. This boosted dc voltage is connected to three phase induction motor through a three phase bridge inverter with a suitable control circuit.

through a three phase bridge inverter with a suitable control circuit. INTERLEAVED BOOST CONVERTER WITH CONTROL



The single-phase ac power supply can be converted in to dc by using bridge rectifier and then ripple less dc output can be obtained by using EMI filter.

Interleaved boost converter:

The required boost voltage is achieved using the principle of interleaved cell operating in continuous inductor current mode. For high efficiency requirement the interleaved stages were operated in continuous current mode. Inter- leaving, virtually eliminates discontinuity in input current under continuous current mode operation, the inductor current tracks the sinusoidal wave continuously, so that there no double peak current and suitable for high power applications. Interleaving can also significantly reduce the switching losses and dramatic in overall size reduction of energy storage inductor and the differential mode EMI filter. More number of interleaved stages had to be used for higher power requirement. In our case a two stage interleaved boost converter is designed and assembled which will satisfy our requirement.

Control unit:

The switch described here is a MOSFET (IRF450) along with its gate drive circuit. The output voltage can be varied by varying the duty cycle and keeping frequency constant or keeping duty cycle constant and varying the frequency. IC SG 3524 is used to

generate two, out phase square wave signals and the frequency of which can be vary between 20khz to 100khz. This IC generates dead time between the two signals depending on the value of CT. These two signals are applied to the driver circuit. The driver circuit drives the power MOSFET accordingly to the input signal fed to it. A Driver circuit has been developed using fast switching transistor BUX48 and transistor 2N2222 as Darlington pair.


The over current protection requirement of the circuit has been incorporated by using same IC SG 3524 current limit feature. A small resistance of 0.1ohm is connected in series with load circuit. When the current exceeds 2A the duty cycle will be reduced to zero and the gate signal will be stopped. The maximum output voltage desired is 325V dc.


For stabilization of this 325V output voltage, a potential divider has been used at the output voltage terminal. A fractional voltage is fed to INV of SG 3524. By using a preset in potential divider circuit the reference voltage can be varied such that output will be stabilized to desired level. Any increase in input ac voltage, and hence the increase in output dc voltage will be sensed by potential divider and pulse width of the control signal varies so as to maintain output dc voltage constant.

V T=1/f t


Gate drive signals for MOSFETS of Interleaved boost converter





(PART -2)

The block diagram of part- 2 represents the voltage source, PWM inverter with control circuit.

PWM in three-phase voltage source inverter:

PWM is a technique of reducing output harmonics from the inverter output .To generate PWM signal, a special purpose IC HEF4752V manufactured by Phillips is used. The IC HEF4752V has 12 outputs, out of which 6 outputs have been used. The basic function of PWM IC is to provide three complementary pair of output drive wave forms which, when applied to the 6 element inverter, open and close the switching element in the appropriate sequence to produce a symmetrical three phase output. The drive waveforms are applied to upper three transistors of the inverter with isolation. In our case BUX508A power transistor is chosen as switching element of the inverter. This IC is completely digital, so that the repetition frequency of PWM signal is always an exact multiple of the inverter output frequency. This result in excellent phase and voltage balance and consequent low motor losses.

In applications such as uninterruptible ac power supplies and ac motor drives, three phase inverters are commonly used to supply three phases. It is possible to supply a three phase inverters, where each inverter produces a output displaced by 120degees with respective each other .The most frequently used three phase inverter circuit consists of three legs, one for each phase.

Control unit:

The control circuit, which produces switching, pulses to the power transistors used in the three phase inverter circuit, i.e., shown in schematic diagram. This circuit plays very important role in the inversion process. The circuit basically consists of IC HEF4752V, NE566 VCO, IC 74C14,MCT2E& base drive.

The output frequency and voltage of inverter can be controlled by Varying the frequency of FCT and voltage of VCT can control the output frequency and voltage of the inverter. These are supplied from NE 566VCO, which provides simultaneous square wave and triangular wave outputs as a function of input voltage and IC 74C14,which are capable of transforming slowly changing input signal in to sharply defined, jitter free output signals. In this system the power transistor BU508A switches operation is controlled by PWM techniques. The use of PWM in the control system has reduced the complexity and increased reliability significantly. The minimum base current required to drive the power transistor in to saturation is 16Amps. A current of this can’t be supplied by PWM directly. The PWM signal has 5Volts and output current is very low. So the current gain of PWM signals are amplified with the help of a Darlington pair connected through an Opto-coupler (MCT2E), which isolates the control circuit from the main circuit. Since there are 6 power transistor switches and each has to be operated separately to avoid the short circulating of the source due to simultaneously switching ON and OFF the switches of a limb, 6 separate base drive circuits (PWM signal generator, electrical isolation, Darlington pair circuit) are required.

Speed control of induction motor:

The speed of an ac machine is related to the total supply frequency, which has to be altered. High power transistors have simplified the problem to some extent. For continuously variable speed control, the output frequency of inverter must be varied. The applied voltage to the motor must also be varied in linear proportion to the supply frequency to maintain constant motor flux. Thus control of both voltage and frequency is necessary for proper variable speed operation.

Vi/p t T=1/f Vo/p R Y t B Output Voltage waveforms (line to line) of
Output Voltage waveforms (line to line) of Three-phase Inverter.


A single phase to three-phase converter with HF

induction boost was implemented. The induction boost

was carried out at a frequency of 50 KHz. The testing was

carried out at a dc link voltage of 325 V. A PWM inverter

was designed and tested whose switching frequency was

selected as 1 KHz. A PWM inverter along with the high

frequency boost converter was tested for various load

conditions by loading the motor. For a constant dc link

voltage, with the variation of reference controller, FCT

the terminal voltage and speed can be varied.

Line to Line (YB and RB) output voltage of the

three phase bridge inverter are obtained. Waveforms are

phase shifted by 120 degree with each other. The nature

of waveform is sine weighted PWM which fully satisfies

the magnitude and phase balance. Use of PWM control

has the advantage of reduction in harmonics in the output

voltage waveform, hence the reduction in heating of

motor compared to the 6 step square wave inverter.

PWM technique also reduces pulsating torque of the

motor. Motor line current is nearly sinusoidal in nature,

which fully satisfies the design requirement. With the

increase of switching frequency the motor line current can

be made more sinusoidal. At an increase load a small

distortion in the PWM output voltage, occur. Thus

distortion can be filtered out using appropriate filter.

With increase in demand for more power and

better power quality from a standard 230 V ac line, power

factor correction becomes an integral part of a switching

power supply. Here an inductor has been provided in the

ac mains side to improve the line power factor.


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