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Electric Machines and Drives
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Date Created: 04/06/16
ECE 4190/6190, Electric Machines and Drives, Spring 2016 Project #4 , Create simulation subsystem to model a three­phase inverter. The inputs should be the dc voltage, the  phase currents, and transistor signals T1, T2, and T3. The outputs should be the line­to­neutral voltages  and the dc current.  Use the simulations subsystems to re­create Figures 12.3­4, 12.5­3, and 12.8­3 in the book. Match the  graphs and scales as closely as possible. Problem 1: Main Diagram Ks ­1 Ks Voltage to Current Problem 2: Main Diagram This diagram is similar to the problem 1, the different part is shown below: Problem 3: This diagram is similar to the problem 1, the different part is shown below:


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