The space vector pulse-width modulation (SVPWM) is a simple and suitable method for voltage control of three-phase two-level voltage source inverters (VSI)s. However, there are plenty of methods to improve the two-level VSIs performance by adding virtual vectors or sub-sectors to the SVPWM diagram which cause complexity in implementation of SVPWM for VSIs similar to multilevel inverters. Operation in overmodulation mode is the other reason for complexity in conventional SVPWM. This paper proposes a novel modulation method, named as level vector pulse-width modulation (LVPWM), for voltage control of VSIs. The concept of the proposed method is similar to SVPWM but with different vector diagram and dwell times calculations. Unlike the SVPWM, the α and β axes and also their variables are considered separately without gathering in complex variables. The vector diagram has two separated α and β axes each of which contains individual switching vectors and reference vectors. The selection of the vectors to synthesize the reference vectors depends on only the amplitudes of the reference vectors. With lower computational overhead and easy and continuous extension to overmodulation region, the proposed method is a simple solution to the mentioned problems. Simulation and experimental results and harmonics analysis verify the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.
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