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« on: August 15, 2010, 12:48:56 00:48 »

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NoteI am a serious EE.
In my spare time I am designing a one phase to three phase power converter using a SVM approach
to get  220Vrms @ 30A.  Converts 120V (one phase) AC to DC, then uses Space vector modulation to drive three-phase bridge.
I will use it to power 3 phase equipment in a residential area.
I have a lot done already but one part is confusing me, Power factor correction.
I read that Continuous Conduction Mode PFC is preferred in a Boost Converter mode at the higher output power levels.
Now my DC link voltage would increase to between 300V to 400V. ouch.
Question: Any guidance as to what I can implement to integrate PFC and keep my DC link voltage at (120 x 1.414) volts.
I will try to ask for invitation at request board.
I would ask simliar question if I get aboard. Is that OK?
Thanks
Doug  (This project makes my real job look easy)
My background is PLL, control systems, analog, RF.
My real job is designing cell phone RF ICs.
My hobby is bringing up circuit designs using LTC Spice.
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