active voltage

active voltage

[′ak·tiv ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
In an alternating-current circuit, the component of voltage which is in phase with the current.
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When using the active voltage regulation capability of PV, the maintenance cost and the loss of power should be taken into consideration:
R., "Series-connected IGBTs using active voltage control technique," IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol.
Therefore, the active voltage suppression circuits, which are capable to accumulate the voltage spike energy in reactive components, have to be applied [5], [6].
The six active voltage vectors and one zero voltage vector are utilised in the general type of ZSI inverter.
This paper focuses on the design of self-biased active voltage doubler feed by a low frequency PE transducer, as it is easily available and provides high output efficiency.
The design of the proposed self-biased active voltage doubler is presented in Section 4.
Figure 4 shows the proposed self-biased active voltage doubler circuit.
The algorithm calculation time is divided in two or three switching periods with different active voltage vectors, thus forming higher number of available voltage vectors.
Furthermore, in classical DTC, inverter's switching elements do not change their state during the whole cycle thus defining zero or one out of six active voltage vectors.
PowerSi Technologies has developedan Active Voltage Controller that revolutionises energy conversion through the intelligent control of power semiconductor devices.