Sessões Técnicas / Technical Sessions

TS I – Modeling and Control TS II – Electric Drives I TS III – Electronic Ballast l TS IV – Power Quality I TS V – Analysis of Electrical Machines TS VI – Power System Modeling and Control TS VII – Electronic Ballasts 2 TS VIII – Power Quality 2 TS IX – Switching Power Supply Systems TS X – Wind Power Generation 1 TS XI – Devices and Electronic Ballasts TS XII – Battery Charging TS XIII – Electric Drives 2 TS XIV – Power Quality 3 TS XV – Photovoltaic Systems 1 TS XVI – Matrix and Multilevel Converters TS XVII – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 1 TS XVIII – DC to DC Converters TS XIX – Wind Power Generation 2 TS XX – Motor Control TS XXI – Photovoltaic Systems 2 TS XXII – Induction Motor Control TS XXIII – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 2 TS XXIV – Soft Switching TS XXV – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 3 TS XXVI – Power Factor Correction TS XXVII – Inverter Application TS XXVIII – Power Application TS XXIX – Audio Application and Education in Power Electronics TS XXX – Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems TS XXXI – Active Power Filter and Power Source TS XXXII – Soft Switching and Power Factor Correction

TS 1 – Modeling and Control

A FAST INSTANTANEOUS METHOD FOR SEQUENCE EXTRACTION

Rodrigo Cutri, Lourenço Matakas Junior .......................................................................1

FLATNESS BASED CONTROL OF A LINE CONDITIONER FOR A SINGLE PHASE AC SYSTEM

Jens Weber, Henry Güldner, Hari Bruno Mohr, Samir Ahmad Mussa ................................7

AN IMPROVED SINGLE PHASE INVERTER POWER CONTROLLER WITH ROOT LOCUS ANALYSYS

Élcio Precioso Paiva, João Batista Vieira Junior, Luís Carlos de Freitas,
Valdeir José Farias, Ernane Antônio Alves Coelho ........................................................12

LYAPUNOV-BASED DESIGN OF ROBUST OUTPUT FEEDBACK CONTROLLERS FOR UNCERTAIN ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

Vinicius Foletto Montagner, Pedro Luis Dias Peres................................................................18

DESIGN OF ROBUST REPETITIVE CONTROLLERS BASED ON CONVEX OPTIMIZATION WITH AN APPLICATION TO POWER ELECTRONICS

Vinicius Foletto Montagner, Pedro Luis Dias Peres .......................................................22

STATE FEEDBACK CONTROL FOR POLE LOCATION AND OPTIMAL REJECTION OF DISTURBANCES APPLIED TO POWER ELECTRONICS

Vinicius Foletto Montagner, Andre Emilio Foletto .........................................................26

TS II – Electric Drives I

DEVELOPMENT OF A BIPOLAR DRIVER IN CURRENT WITH LOW COST TO START HYBRID STEPPER MOTOR APPLIED TO MOTION CONTROL

Nelso Gauze Bonacorso, Valdir Noll ...........................................................................32

EVALUATION OF A REDUCED SINGLE-PHASE TO THREE-PHASE CONVERTER FOR AC MOTOR DRIVE APPLICATIONS

Maria Dias Bellar, Humberto Pinheiro Moraes, Felipe José da Costa Padilha ....................38

BEARINGLESS MOTOR WITH DSP CONTROL

Rafael Ramos, Richard Magdalena Stephan, José Andrés Santisteban ............................44

DSP-BASED POSITION CONTROL APPLIED TO SQUIRREL-CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR USING VECTOR CONTROL AND SPACE-VECTOR PWM MODULATION

Luiz Henrique Silva Colado Barreto, Eber de Castro Diniz,
Otacilio da Mota Almeida, Paulo Pereira Praça.............................................................50

A DSPIC CONTROLLER-BASED ACTUATION FOR A NOVEL AXIAL FLUX SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR ARCHITECTURE

Euler Bueno dos Santos, Sinval Luiz de Lima, Rodrigo Leandro Mariano,
Marco Antonio Assfalk de Oliveira..............................................................................54

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF CONVERTER-TO-MOTOR CABLING INFLUENCE ON TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES AND COMMON-MODE CURRENTS

Hélder De Paula, Marcelo Lynce Ribeiro Chaves, Darizon Alves de Andrade, Alessandro Fernandes Moreira, Thiago de Fernandes e Lourenço Milagres ...................................................................................................59

TS III – Electronic Ballast l

INTEGRATED ZETA – FLYBACK CONVERTER AS A HIGH-POWER-FACTOR ELECTRONIC BALLAST DESIGNED TO SUPPLY HID LAMPS

Tiago Bandeira Marchesan, Marco Antonio Dalla Costa, Jose Marcos Alonso, Ricardo Nederson do Prado ...........................................................................65

ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF TWO FLYBACK-BASED INTEGRATED CONVERTERS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LFSW ELECTRONIC BALLASTS

Tiago Bandeira Marchesan, Marco A. Dalla Costa, Jose Marcos Alonso,
Ricardo Nederson do Prado ......................................................................................71

A CHOPPER-BASED ELECTRONIC BALLAST TO SUPPLY HID LAMPS

Fabio Luis Tomm, Tiago B. Marchesan, Ricardo Nederson do Prado,
Alexandre Campos ..................................................................................................79

DIMMABLE LIGHTING SYSTEM BASED ON INTEGRAL COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS

Alysson Raniere Seidel, Mikahil Polonskii, Jean Carlo Almeida Rigo ................................85

DESIGNING DIMMABLE ELECTRONIC BALLASTS WITH FREQUENCY CONTROL

Alysson Raniere Seidel, Mikhail Polonskii....................................................................91

TOPOLOGIC STUDY OF BALLAST DRIVES FOR A D2S-35W LAMP

Luis Sergio Marques, Edilson Mineiro Sá Jr., Arnaldo Perin ...........................................97

TS IV – Power Quality I

A CONVERTER EMBEDDED AC MAINS VOLTAGE QUALITY ANALYZER

Wilson Komatsu, Marco Antonio de Oliveira, Maurício Galassi,
Lourenço Matakas Jr., Fernando Ortiz Martinz ...........................................................101

STUDY AND DESIGN OF A VOLTAGE LINE CONDITIONER WITH SERIAL COMPENSATION AND FED BY LOAD SIDE

Arnaldo Jose Perin, Thiago B. Soeiro, Clóvis A. Petry .................................................106

POWER QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM WITH DISTRIBUTED METERING POINTS

Igor Abrahao Paranhos, Fausto Bastos Libano, Jose Gabriel Melchiors,
Otavio Simoes Mano, Andre Roenick........................................................................112

COMPLETE SYSTEM TO TEST MEASUREMENT ERRORS IN ENERGY METERS UNDER HARMONIC DISTORTION CONDITTIONS

Flavio Alessandro Serrão Gonçalves, Carlos Alberto Canesin, Loana Velasco,
Marcio Sciamana, Luiz Evangelista...........................................................................118

VARIABLE SPEED REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS WITH HPF VOLTAGE SOURCE RECTIFIER

Flavio Alessandro Serrão Gonçalves, Carlos Alberto Canesin,
Eduardo Leandro, João Onofre Pereira Pinto .............................................................124

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF MEASUREMENTS TO DEFINE THE MINIMUM FEATURES OF HARMONICS RECORDING EQUIPMENTS IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

Guillermo David Guidi Venerdini, Juan Manuel Serrano Mora,
Gustavo Daniel Baron ............................................................................................131

TS V – Analysis of Electrical Machines

ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE HIGH FREQUENCY INDUCTION MOTOR EQUIVALENT ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT PARAMETERS TO BE USED IN EMI EFFECT

Rudolf Ribeiro Riehl, Ernesto Ruppert Filho...............................................................137

DECOUPLING ELECTROMAGNETIC TORQUE OSCILLATIONS IN TWO-PHASE INDUCTION MACHINE USING SPIRAL VECTOR THEORY

Edmilson Rogério Sanagiotti, Azauri Albano de Oliveira Jr,
Manoel Luís de Aguiar, José Roberto Boffino de Almeida Monteiro,
Diógenes Pereira Gonzaga ......................................................................................142

TRANSFORMATION OF CONVENTIONAL INDUCTION MACHINE INTO BEARINGLESS MACHINE

Jossana Ferreira, Andrés Ortiz Salazar .....................................................................147

PARAMETER ESTIMATOR OF AN INDUCTION MOTOR AT STANDSTILL

Rodrigo Zelir Azzolin, Matheus Martins, Hilton Abílio Gründling....................................152

SELF CHARACTERIZATION OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE

Alexandre Oliveira, Cursino Brandão Jacobina, Antônio Marcus Nogueira Lima ......................................................................................................158

ANALYSIS OF MAGNETIC HYSTERESIS LOSSES UNDER ARBITRARY VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS

Claudenei Simão, Nelson Sadowski, Nelson Jhoe Batistela, João Pedro Assumpção Bastos........................................................................................164

TS VI – Power System Modeling and Control

A REDUCED MODEL FOR GRID CONNECTED WIND TURBINES WITH PERMANENT MAGNET GENERATORS

Silvio Alves Ferreira, Antônio Samuel Neto, Josué Pereira de Arruda, Francisco de Assis dos Santos Neves, Pedro Rosas and Marcelo Cavalcanti ................................................................................................169

SIMPLIFIED MODELS OF KALMAN FILTER FOR FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY, AMPLITUDE AND PHASE ANGLE DETECTION

Fernando Pinhabel Marafão, Marcelo Suzart de Pádua,
Sigmar Maurer Deckmann, Diego Colón ...................................................................175

ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT SYNCHRONIZATION ALGORITHMS BASED ON PLL, RDFT AND KALMAN FILTER

Fernando Pinhabel Marafão, Marcelo Suzart de Pádua, Sigmar Maurer Deckmann, Diego Colón ..............................................................................181

ANALYTICAL MODEL OF HVDC CONVERTERS IN DIRECT CONNECTION

Jose Daldegan, Edson Hirokazu Watanabe................................................................187

IMPLEMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTED-PARAMETER MODEL OF POWER CABLE IN PSCAD/EMTDC SOFTWARE

Alessandro Fernandes Moreira, Thiago de Fernandes e Lourenço Milagres, Wallace do Couto Boaventura, Hélder de Paula............................................193

TS VII – Electronic Ballasts 2

A SIMPLE DESIGN CRITERION FOR HPS ELECTRONIC BALLASTS SUPPLIED BY LOW VOLTAGE SOURCES

Fernando Soares dos Reis, Júlio César Marques Lima, Reinaldo Tonkoski, Jr., Raphael Ronald Noal Souza, Diolinei Saueressig and Fabricio Pereira Pellissari ........................................................................................199

ELECTRONIC BALLAST TO SUPPLY HPS LAMPS WITH LOW FREQUENCY SQUARE WAVEFORM IN PUBLIC LIGHTING SYSTEMS

Murilo Cervi, André Luis Kirsten, Jackson Piazza, Tiago Bandeira Marchesan, Alexandre Campos and Ricardo Nederson do Prado...................................204

ELECTONIC BALLASTS WITH INTEGRATED STAGES AND HIGH POWER FACTOR APPLIED TO 250-WATT HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM LAMPS

Arnaldo Jose Perin, Claudinor Bitencourt Nascimento,
Maurício dos Santos Kaster.....................................................................................209

APPLICATION OF MODULATED SIGNALS FOR ELECTRONICS BALLAST FOR HPS

Lenin Martins Ferreira Morais, Pedro Francisco Donoso-Garcia,
Seleme Isaac Seleme Junior, Porfirio Cabeleiro Cortizo...............................................215

OPTIMUM SELECTIVE ACTIVE FILTERING FOR FOUR-WIRE LOADS: DIMMING OF HIGH PRESSURE NA HID LAMPS

Gonzalo Casaravilla, Gabriel Barbat, José Inda, Fernando Chiaramello .........................221

POWER CONTROL OF HPS LAMPS IN A PUBLIC LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH REMOTE MANAGEMENT

Rafael Eduardo da Costa, Rafael Adaime Pinto, Tiago Bandeira Marchesan, Ricardo Nederson do Prado....................................................................227

TS VIII – Power Quality 2

LOW COST IEC61000-4-4 COMPATIBLE PULSE GENERATOR

Marcello Mezaroba, Neomar Giacomini, Raphael Jorge Millnitz dos Santos ....................233

ESTIMATING AND MODELING NONLINEAR LOAD PARAMETERS

Fernando Soares dos Reis, Raphael Ronald Noal Souza, Daniel Ferreira Coutinho, Paulo Ribeiro ..............................................................................239

COMPARISON BETWEEN LINE CONDITIONERS WITH THE AC-AC CONVERTER CONNECTED AT THE LINE AND AT THE LOAD SIDE

Clóvis Antônio Petry, Thiago Batista Soeiro, Arnaldo José Perin,
João Carlos dos Santos Fagundes, Ivo Barbi .............................................................245

IEEE-519 RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR APPLICATIONS WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES

Joable Andrade Alves, Paulo José Torri.....................................................................251

SYMMETRICAL COMPONENTS BASED VOLTAGE SAG GENERATOR – CONCEPT AND SIMULATIONS

Renato Takahashi, José Antonio Cortez, Valberto Ferreira da Silva ..............................256

THIRD GENERATION OF FLYWHEELS: A SUBSTITUTE TO BATTERIES

Richard Magdalena Stephan, Rubens de Andrade Jr.,
Guilherme Gonçalves Sotelo ...................................................................................261

TS IX – Switching Power Supply Systems

DC-DC CONVERTER SOLUTIONS FOR MODERN ELECTRIC VEHICLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS

André Augusto Ferreira, José Antenor Pomilio, Leonardo Araújo da Silva, Giorgio Spiazzi .........................................................................................266

PROTOTYPE DESIGN OF A COMPACT POWER SUPPLY UNIT FOR REMOTE ROBOT OPERATION

José Luiz Silva Neto, Cesar Gomes Ferreira, Edson H. Watanabe,
Vitor Romano .......................................................................................................272

AUTOMATIZED INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR PLASMA SPUTTERING

Marcello Mezaroba, Alessandro Luiz Batschauer, Luis César Fontana,
Joselito A. Heerdt, Jonathan Dômini Sperb and Rafael Luis Klein .................................277

THE ELETROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI) ON A PUSH-PULL CONVERTER FOR TELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATION

Adriano Kieling Ries, Paulo Ricardo Telles Rangel, Adroaldo Raizer ..............................283

SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY SCALABILITY

Gustavo Ortenzi, José Antenor Pomilio .....................................................................289

A 1,5 KW FB-ZVS-PWM CONVERTER APPLIED TO FUEL CELL SYSTEMS

Mauro André Pagliosa, Yales Rômulo de Novaes, Ivo Barbi .........................................295

TS X – Wind Power Generation 1

ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A LCL-FILTER FOR A NPC INVERTER IN OFFSHORE WIND POWER CONVERSION SYSTEM

Samuel Vasconcelos Araújo, Fernando Luiz Marcelo Antunes,
Benjamin Sahan, Alfred Engler................................................................................301

IMPACT OF SYNCHRONIZATION METHODS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SELF-EXCITED INDUCTION GENERATORS

Cassiano Rech, Robinson Figueiredo de Camargo, Maurício de Campos,
Fabiano Salvadori, Gideon Villar Leandro and Julio Cezar Oliveira Bolacell ....................307

DEVELOPMENT OF A WIND TURBINE SIMULATOR FOR WIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS – EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

Rodrigo Gaiba De Oliveira, Gustavo Guimarães Parma, Selênio Rocha Silva..................313

WIND TURBINE EMULATOR FOR ENERGY QUALITY STUDIES

Matheus Martins, Rodrigo Zelir Azzolin, Humberto Pinheiro.........................................319

NEURAL NETWORKS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING (MPPT) OF WIND TURBINES

Júlio César De Carvalho Ferreira, Eumir Vergara Salgado, Edson Hirokazu Watanabe, Luiz Pereira Calôba...................................................................325

TS XI – Devices and Electronic Ballasts

EMC ANALYSIS ON LOW POWER (< 100 W) ELECTRONIC BALLASTS FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS

Paulo Ricardo Telles Rangel, Adriano Kieling Ries, Adroaldo Raizer ..............................330

DESIGN METHODS FOR WIDE-RANGE DIMMABLE FEEDBACK CONTROLED ELECTRONIC BALLASTS

Alysson Raniere Seidel, Mikhail Polonskii ..................................................................336

DESIGN OF AN ELECTRONIC DRIVER FOR LEDS

Arnaldo Jose Perin, Edilson Mineiro Sá Jr., Eloi Agostini Jr.,
Juliano Bedin, Eduardo I. Pereira.............................................................................341

LED LAMP DRIVE USING MICROCONTROLLER-BASED QUADRATIC BUCK CONVERTER

Joao Batista Vieira Jr, Aziz Elias Demian Junior, Jonas Reginaldo de Britto, Luiz Carlos de Freitas, Valdeir J. Farias and Ernane A. A. Coelho .......................346

PLANAR TRANSFORMER DESIGN FOR SWITCHING MODE POWER SUPPLIES

Cláudio Luís Ebert, João Carlos dos Santos Fagundes, Walter P. Carpes Jr....................350

EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS ON ADDITIONAL LOSSES IN SMALL TRANSFORMERS USED FOR SUPPLYING NON-LINEAR

Sérgio Henrique Lopes Cabral, Rafael Eduardo Werlich, Luiz Henrique Meyer, Elisete Ternes Pereira ....................................................................356

TS XII – Battery Charging

IMPLEMENTATION OF AN UNIVERSAL BATTERY CHARGER WITH WIDE INPUT AND OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGES

Ruben Barros Godoy, Tiago Henrique de A. Mateus, Bruno Cesar P. Ferreira,
Danucha M. Marchesin, Gustavo dos Santos Pires and João Onofre Pereira Pinto...........361

STUDY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A BATTERY CHARGER TOGETHER WITH A USEFUL LIFE EVALUATION TECHNIQUE

Telles Brunelli Lazzarin, Andre Luiz Fuerback, Rodrigo da Silva, Ivo Barbi.....................366

A SMALL SIZE WIND SYSTEM FOR BATTERY CHARGING

Demercil S. Oliveira Jr., Isaac R. Machado, Luiz H. S. C Barreto,
Herminio M. Oliveira Filho ......................................................................................371

MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKER FOR SMALL WIND TURBINES INCLUDING HARMONIC MITIGATION

Fernando Soares dos Reis, Fabiano Daher Adegas, Jorge Antonio Villar Ale, Gabriel Cirilo da Silva Simioni, Reinaldo Tonkoski........................................377

BATTERY IDENTIFICATION ALGORITHM FOR UNIVERSAL LOW POWER BATTERY CHARGER

Ruben Barros Godoy, Elvey Tessaro Andrade, Helder Santini Petraroli,
Marcel Henrique de Almeida, João Onofre Pereira Pinto..............................................383

BATTERY CHARGE SYSTEM BASED ON BIDIRECTIONAL DC-DC CONVERTER WITH DIGITAL CURRENT-MODE CONTROLLER FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS

Pedro Gomes Barbosa, Agusto de Caux Henriques Damasceno,
Henrique Antonio Carvalho Braga ............................................................................388

TS XIII – Electric Drives 2

MINIMIZING CURRENT RIPPLE IN 3-PHASE, 4 WIRE, VOLTAGE SOURCE CONVERTERS BY INJECTION OF AN OPTIMAL ZERO SEQUENCE SIGNAL TO A TRIANGULAR CARRIER PWM

Lourenco Matakas Junior, Walter Pereira da Silva Júnior,
Antônio Ricardo Giaretta ........................................................................................395

LOW COST AC/AC DRIVE FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES: DESING METHODOLOGY OF POWER STAGE

Romeu Antunes Friedemann, Ivo Barbi ....................................................................401

DIGITAL SLIDING MODE CONTROLLED THREE-PHASE BOOST INVERTER IMPLEMENTED IN DSC TMS320F2812

Marcello Mezaroba, Priscila dos Santos Garcia Giacomini, Antonio Heronaldo de Sousa, Luiz Carlos de Souza Marques...................................................407

DIGITAL CONTROL OF A HALF BRIGDE NEUTRAL POINT THREE PHASE PWM INVERTER IMPLEMENTED USING A TMS320F2812 DSC

Marcello Mezaroba, Jonathan Dômini Sperb, Vinícius Miranda Corrêa,
Tiago Davi Curi Busarello .......................................................................................414

COMPARISON OF DIGITAL CONTROLLERS FOR A FULL-BRIDGE INVERTER USING A FPGA AND A MICROCONTROLLER

Luiz Henrique Silva Colado Barreto, Paulo Peixoto Praça, Eber de Castro Diniz, Tobias Rafael Fernandes Neto, Felipe A. Guimarães ................................420

A FLEXIBLE SVPWM IMPLEMENTED IN FPGA

Kurios Pinheiro Queiroz, Ricardo Lúcio de Araújo Ribeiro,
Fernando Rangel de Sousa .....................................................................................426

TS XIV – Power Quality 3

PROJECTOR MODELING AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS WITH NON IDEAL SUPPLY CONDITIONS USING ATP SIMULATOR

Marcus Vinícius Borges Mendonça, José Carlos de Oliveira, Carlos Eduardo Tavares, Kleiber David Rodrigues, Isaque Nogueira Gondim and Rildo Marley Tavares da Silva ...........................................................................431

A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH FOR CONSUMERS REFUNDING ANALYSIS ASSOCIATED TO VOLTAGE DISTURBANCES AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGES

Carlos Eduardo Tavares, José Carlos De Oliveira, Marcus Vinícius Borges Mendonça, Antônio Carlos Delaiba, Rildo Marley Tavares Silva..........................437

ANALYSIS OF IMPACT OF RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONERS ON DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

Sergio Rivera Sanhueza, Fernando Lessa Tofoli, Geraldo Caixeta Guimarães, José Carlos De Oliveira .........................................................................443

A BOOST CONVERTER TO IMPROVE THE LOW VOLTAGE RIDE-THROUGH CAPABILITY OF AN ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE

Ruth Pastôra Saraiva Leão, Nelber Ximenes Melo, René Pastor Torrico Bascopé, Fernando Luiz Marcelo Antunes.......................................................448

DESIGN OF MINIMUM VOLUME EMC INPUT FILTERS FOR AN ULTRA COMPACT THREE-PHASE PWM RECTIFIER

Marcelo Lobo Heldwein, Johann Walter Kolar ............................................................454

POWER QUALITY EVALUATION BASED ON OPTIMUM FILTERING THEORY FOR TIME-VARYING FREQUENCIES

Rafael Cardoso, João Marcos Kanieski, Humberto Pinheiro,
Hilton Abílio Gründling ...........................................................................................462

TS XV – Photovoltaic Systems 1

DC-DC CONVERTERS IN A MULTI-STRING CONFIGURATION APPLIED TO A STAND-ALONE PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM

Johninson Imhoff, Guilherme Fração Rodrigues, José Renes Pinheiro,
Hélio Leães Hey ....................................................................................................468

BUCK CONVERTER WITH VARIABLE INPUT VOLTAGE FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS

Marcelo Gradella Villalva, Ernesto Ruppert Filho ........................................................474

A SINGLE-PHASE GRID-CONNECTED PV SYSTEM WITH ACTIVE POWER FILTER

Kleber Cesar Souza, Roberto F. Coelho, Felipe Valore, Denizar C. Martins.....................480

GRID-CONNECTED PHOTOVOLTAIC THREE-PHASE SYSTEM USING PARK TRANSFORMATION WITH ACTIVE AND REACTIVE POWER CONTROL AND INPUT VOLTAGE CLAMPED

Mateus Felzke Schonardie, Denizar Cruz Martins .......................................................485

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A POWER CONTROL UNIT FOR THE SOLAR ARRAY OF THE ITASAT UNIVERSITY SATELLITE

Claudinei de Jesus Donato, Cairo Lúcio Nascimento Jr.,
Geraldo José Adabo ...............................................................................................490

TS XVI – Matrix and Multilevel Converters

EFFECTS OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN LOAD AND SOURCE INDUCTANCES OF MATRIX CONVERTERS AT RESONANCE FREQUENCY

Jordan Trapp, Jordan Gustavo Trapp, Felix Alberto Farret...........................................497

GENERALIZED MODULATION STRATEGY FOR MATRIX CONVERTERS CONSIDERING UNBALANCED LOADS AND UNBALANCED INPUT VOLTAGES

Marcelo Cabral Cavalcanti, Fabrício Bradaschia, Francisco de Assis Dos Santos Neves, André Gustavo Henriques Accioly .................................................503

NEW SYMMETRICAL HYBRID MULTILEVEL DC-AC CONVERTERS – SINGLE-PHASE CIRCUITS

Domingo Antonio Ruiz-caballero, Reynaldo Ramos Astudillo........................................511

NEW SYMMETRICAL HYBRID MULTILEVEL DC-AC CONVERTERS – THREE-PHASE EXTENSIONS

Domingo Antonio Ruiz-caballero, Reynaldo Ramos Astudillo........................................517

NEUTRAL POINT POTENTIAL BALANCING ALGORITHM AT HIGH MODULATION INDEX FOR THREE-LEVEL MEDIUM VOLTAGE INVERTER

Paulo Jose Torri, Gilberto da Cunha .........................................................................523

COMPARISON AMONG THREE TOPOLOGIES OF MULTILEVEL INVERTERS

Diorge Alex Báo Zambra, Cassiano Rech, José Renes Pinheiro.....................................528

TS XVII – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 1

MODELING AND INVESTIGATION OF THE TCSC IN BRAZILIAN NORTH/SOUTH INTERCONNECTION

Silvangela Lima Barcelos, Maurício Aredes, Fábio Domingues de Jesus,
Antônio Felipe Cunha de Aquino, Mamour Sop Nydiane ..............................................534

MODELING AND SIMULATION OF ONE A WIND PLANT CONTROLLED BY QUADRATIC LINEAR REGULATOR CONNECTED TO A OF ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Vandilberto Pereira Pinto, José Carlos Teles Campos..................................................540

POWER RESPONSE OPTIMIZATION OF INVERTER GRID PARALLEL OPERATION USING P-W AND Q-V CURVES, AND PHASE FEEDBACK BASED ON GENETIC ALGORITHM

Helder Zandonadi Maia, João Onofre Pereira Pinto, Ernane Antônio Alves Coelho...........546

EXTENDED VIRTUAL-FLUX DECOUPLING HYSTERESIS CONTROL FOR MAINS CONNECTED THREE-LEVEL NPC INVERTER SYSTEMS

Leonardo Augusto Serpa, Johann Walter Kolar ..........................................................552

STUDY AND DYNAMIC MODELING OF SELF-EXCITED INDUCTION GENERATOR DRIVEN BY DIESEL ENGINE WITH VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY REGULATION

Marcos Antônio Costa, Valmir Machado Pereira, Diego Tardivo Rodrigues .....................558

MODELING OF NON-LINEAR LOADS BY SYNCHRONIZED CURRENT SOURCES AND ZIP MODEL

José Luiz Silva Neto, Mamour Ndiay, Mauricio Aredes, Antonio Felipe Aquino, G. Santos Jr.....................................................................................563

TS XVIII – DC to DC Converters

ANALYSIS, DESIGN, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GENERAL HIGH STEP-UP DC-DC CONVERTER

Carlos Gustavo Castelo Branco, Grover Victor Torrico-bascopé,
René Pastor Torrico-bascopé, Demercil De Souza Oliveira Jr.,
Samuel Vasconcelos Araújo and Fernando Luiz Marcelo Antunes..................................568

THREE-STATE SWITCHING CELL APPLIED TO THE PWM BUCK CONVERTER OPERATING AT OVERLAPPING MODE

Juan Paulo Robles Balestero, Falcondes J. M. de Seixas, Thiago N. Santelo,
Grover V. T. Bascopé .............................................................................................574

COMPARISON OF THE HIGH CURRENT BOOST CONVERTERS GENERATED WITH THREE-STATE SWITCHING CELL

Grover Bascopé Torrico, Ivo Barbi ...........................................................................580

EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW ISOLATED BOOST DC-DC CONVERTER IN CONTINUOUS CONDUCTION MODE (CCM)

Domingo Antonio Ruiz-caballero, Guillermo Tapia Leiva,
Reynaldo Ramos Astudillo ......................................................................................586

TUTORIAL: THE M-BRIDGE AND THE UNIVERSAL POWER CONVERTER

Wail Metzker Pastorello Filho, Denise Gerardi............................................................593

A ZVS FULL BRIDGE CONVERTER FOR WELDING APPLICATON

Adriano Péres, Alexandre José Araújo dos Santos, Sérgio Vidal Garcia Oliveira..............598

TS XIX – Wind Power Generation 2

DETERMINATION OF THE IMPACT OF WIND POWER GENERATION ON THE STEADY-STATE VOLTAGE STABILITY OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

Lenois Mariotto, Humberto Pinheiro, Ghendy Cardoso Junior,
Matias Rossato Muraro, Igor Weide Jaskulski ............................................................602

A SIMPLE CONTROL STRATEGY FOR DOUBLY-FED INDUCTION

Jean Patric da Costa, Jorge Massing, Humberto Pinheiro ............................................608

CONTROL FOR DFIG WITH SERIES GRID SIDE CONVERTER UNDER UNBALANCED GRID VOLTAGE CONDITIONS

Jorge Rodrigo Massing, Jean Patric da Costa, Humberto Pinheiro.................................614

A 75KW DOUBLY-FED INDUCTION GENERATOR IMPLEMENTATION FOR WIND ENEGY – POWER AND GRID CONNECTION CONTROL

Kefas Damazio Coelho, Helder Tavares Câmara.........................................................620

A SYNCHRONIZATION METHOD FOR DOUBLY FED ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS FOR WIND POWER SYSTEMS

Renato Carlson, Helio Voltolini, Thiago Bazzo, Nelson J. Batistela,
Patrick Kuo-Peng...................................................................................................626

PARALLEL CONNECTION OF DOUBLY-FED INDUCTION GENERATOR IN WIND GENERATION

Francisco Kleber de Araújo Lima, Edson Hirokazu Watanabe .......................................631

TS XX – Motor Control

A PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DRIVE BY USING A ROBUST ADAPTIVE CONTROL STRATEGY

Ricardo Lúcio de Araujo Ribeiro, Adayr Dantas de Araujo, Alexandre Cunha Oliveira, Cursino Brandão Jacobina, Erico Cadineli Braz ....................................637

ROTATING MACHINE DRIVES SUPPORTED BY SUPERVISORY SYSTEM WITH FAULT DIAGNOSIS

Paula Renatha Silva, Geovane Nobre Lamarão, Petrônio Vieira Junior,
Miguel Pacheco do Nascimento, Fábio Nelson Mescoito Gomes ....................................643

MEASURES OF THE TORQUE RIPPLE IN A SPECIAL SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR

Wanderlei Marinho da Silva, Daniel A. P. Correa, Silvio I. Nabeta,

L. Lebensztajn, I. Chabu and K. Hameyer.................................................................650

IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEW SWITCHING STRATEGY FOR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS

Augusto Fleury, Wanderson Rainer H. de Araújo, Darizon A. de Andrade......................655

A NEW SIMPLIFIED CURRENT CONTROL FOR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR DRIVES

L.L.N. dos Reis, A.A.R. Coelho, O.M. Almeida, R.N. Almeida........................................660

TS XXI – Photovoltaic Systems 2

A MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING SYSTEM WITH PARALLEL CONNECTION

Roger Gules, Gerson Alcântara Andrade, Francisco Cláudio Rodrigues de Holanda Júnior, Juliano de Pellegrin Pacheco, Johninson Imhoff and Hélio Leães Hey .....................................................................665

A MPPT ALGORITHM IMPLEMENTATION USING FPGA FOR AN EXPERIMENTAL PV SYSTEM

Wilson Komatsu, Diego Takeshi Ojima .....................................................................672

NEW METHOD OF MPPT APPLICATION FOR DUAL-STAGE INVERTERS

Marcio Mendes Casaro, Denizar Cruz Martins ............................................................676

COST-EFFECTIVE MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING FOR BATTERY CHARGING APPLICATIONS

Vladimir Vasconcelos R. Scarpa, Simone Buso, Giorgio Spiazzi....................................682

IMPLEMENTATION OF A GRID CONNECTED PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

Marcelo Cabral Cavalcanti, Gustavo Medeiros de Souza Azevedo,
Francisco de Assis Dos Santos Neves, Pedro Rodriguez ..............................................687

UNIVERSAL POWER FILTER WITH PHOTOVOLTAIC CO-GENERATION FOR SINGLE-PHASE SYSTEMS

Welflen Ricardo Santos, Montiê Alves Vitorino, Lucas Vinicius Hartmann, Maurício B. de Rossiter Corrêa, Cursino Brandão Jacobina and Edison Roberto C. da Silva ...............................................................................695

TS XXII – Induction Motor Control

DESIGN OF AN ELEVATOR PROTOTYPE DRIVEN BY LINEAR MOTORS

Tobias Rafael Fernandes Neto, Ricardo Silva Thé Pontes,
Paulo Peixoto Praça ...............................................................................................701

STANDARD THREE-LEG INVERTER SUPPLYING INDEPENDENTLY TWO INDUCTION MACHINES

Euzeli Cipriano dos Santos Júnior, Cursino Brandao Jacobina,
Mauricio Beltrao de Rossiter Correa .........................................................................706

STATOR FLUX ESTIMATION FOR THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES

Augusto Wohlgemuth Silveira, Darizon Alves de Andrade,
Luciano Coutinho Gomes ........................................................................................711

SENSORLESS DIRECT TORQUE CONTROL OF THREE-PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR USING SLIDING MODE CONTROL STRATEGY

Marcos Vinicius Lazarini, Ernesto Ruppert Filho .........................................................717

THE COMPLEX CONTROLLER IN DIRECT TORQUE CONTROL STRATEGY FOR LOW SPEED INDUCTION MACHINE DRIVES USING THE COMPLEX TRANSFER FUNCTION CONCEPT

Alfeu J. Sguarezi Filho, Edson Bim...........................................................................723

NEURAL FLUX ESTIMATION APPLIED TO THE VECTORIAL SPEED CONTROL FOR A TRIPHASIC INDUCTION MACHINE

José Álvaro De Paiva, Stella Neves Duarte Lisboa, Francisco Canindé Holanda de Queiroz, Andrés Ortiz Salazar, André Laurindo Maitelli...............................729

TS XXIII – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 2

MULTILEVEL TOPOLOGIES FOR STAND-ALONE RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS

Sergio Daher, Jurgen Schmid, Fernando Luiz Marcelo Antunes ....................................735

ENERGY INJECTION INTO THE PUBLIC NETWORK FROM PARALLEL-CONNECTED SIMULATORS OF FUEL CELL AND ELECTROLYZER

Andrei Leandro Morsch Franco, Felix Alberto Farret, Alzenira da Rosa Abaide, Luciane Neves Canha..........................................................................741

DYNAMIC MODEL OF A GAS MICROTURBINE FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION IN SIMPOWERSYSTEMS OF MATLAB/SIMULINK®

Marcelo Gustavo Molina, Wilson G. Rioja, Pedro E. Mercado,
Walter I. Suemitsu ................................................................................................747

ANALYSIS OF FLYWHEEL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM BY USING SIMPOWERSYSTEMS OF MATLAB/SIMULINK®

Marcelo Gustavo Molina, Wilson H. Guamán, Pedro E. Mercado,
Walter I. Suemitsu ................................................................................................753

ADDITION OF ENERGY STORAGE TO WIND POWER GENERATION

Leonardo Javier Ontiveros, Pedro Enrique Mercado....................................................759

AC VOLTAGE SUPPLIED BY ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEM

Andres Ortiz Salazar, Alexandre Magnus Fernandes Guimarães, Jossana Maria de Souza Ferreira, Filipe Oliveira Quintaes, Armando Sanca Sanca and Victor Lopes dos Santos................................................................765

TS XXIV – Soft Switching

PROPOSAL OF A SOFT COMMUTATION CELL APPLIED TO THE SINGLE-PHASE FULL-BRIDGE INVERTER

Fernando Lessa Tofoli, Carlos Alberto Gallo, Frederico Augusto Bernardes Coelho, Marcos Tadeu Galelli, Luiz Carlos de Freitas and João Batista Vieira Jr .............................................................................................771

A SOFT SWITCHING DOUBLE FORWARD CONVERTER OPERATING AS A FULL BRIDGE TOPOLOGY

Fernando Lessa Tofoli, Roberto Mendes Finzi Neto, Ernane A. A. Coelho, João Batista Vieira Jr., Valdeir José Farias and Luiz Carlos de Freitas.............................................................................................777

INTEGRATION CONCEPT OF AUXILIARY COMMUTATION CIRCUITS: THE ZVT CASE STUDY

Luciano Schuch, José Renes Pinheiro .......................................................................783

A NOVEL METHODOLOGY FOR OBTAINING INTEGRATED SOFT-SWITCHING STRUCTURES FOR MULTI-POLE SYSTEMS

Jumar Russi, José Renes Pinheiro, Hélio Leães Hey....................................................789

THREE LEVEL FORWARD CONVERTER WITH ZVS BOOST CLAMPING

Jean Paulo Rodrigues, Ivo Barbi, Arnaldo José Perin, Daniel Cordova Roth....................795

A THREE PHASE ZVS ACTIVE-CLAMPING VOLTAGE SOURCE INVERTER

Adriano Péres, Nelson Fabijak, Sérgio Vidal Garcia Oliveira.........................................801

TS XXV – Power Source and Power Grid Interconnection 3

ELECTROMAGNETIC MODELING OF A RESISTIVE SUPERCONDUCTING

Eduardo Souza Motta, Rubens de Andrade Jr, Richard M. Stephan...............................807

ANALYSIS OF TRANSIENT STABILITY IN CSCC - HVDC SYSTEMS CONNECTED BETWEEN TWO WEAK ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Braulio Chuco, Jorge R. Ortiz, João P. Pinto, Valmir P. Machado ..................................813

MODELING AND SIMULATION OF A PERMANENT MAGNET WIND GENERATOR BY USING SIMPOWERSYSTEMS OF MATLAB/SIMULINK®

Marcelo Gustavo Molina, Gerardo A. Blanco, Pedro E. Mercado,
Walter I. Suemitsu ................................................................................................819

A GRID CONNECTED VARIABLE SPEED WIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEM

Demercil S. Oliveira Jr., Mônica M. Reis, Rafael M. G. Nascimento,
Bruno L. Soares, Samara A. M. Fava and Elidivane M. de Freitas.................................825

STABILITY ANALYSIS OF ANTI-ISLANDING PROTECTION BASED IN POSITIVE FEEDBACK TECHNIQUE

Igor Weide Jaskulski, Humberto Pinheiro..................................................................831

VARIABLE SPEED WECS USING SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS CONNECTED TO ELECTRIC GRID THROUGH FREQUENCY CONVERTERS: MODELING AND SIMULATION

Adeon Cecilio Pinto, Bismarck Castillo Carvalho, José Carlos de Oliveira,
Geraldo Caixeta Guimarães, Adélio José de Moraes and Zélia da Silva Vitório ...............837

TS XXVI – Power Factor Correction

AN ISOLATED AC-DC SINGLE-STAGE FULL-BRIDGE CONVERTER POWER FACTOR CORRECTED WITH INTERLEAVED BOOST INPUT TYPE

Paulo Canuto dos Santos Ficagna, José Renes Pinheiro ..............................................843

A SELF-CONTROLLED OF THE SINGLE-PHASE VOLTAGE-DOBLER BOOST USING FPGA

Samir Ahmad Mussa, Deivis Borgonovo, Arnaldo José Perin........................................849

HIGH-POWER-FACTOR HYBRID THREE-PHASE RECTIFIER

Jurandir de Oliveira Soares, Carlos Alberto Canesin, Luiz Carlos de Freitas ...................854

REPETITIVE CONTROL APPLIED TO THE POWER FACTOR CORRECTION USING BOOST CONVERTER

Lenin Martins Ferreira Morais, Pedro Francisco Donoso-Garcia,
Seleme Isaac Seleme Junior, Porfirio Cabaleiro Cortizo,
Flávio Nakamura Alves Silva ...................................................................................860

AC-DC THREE-PHASE REVERSIBLE CONVERTER WITH HIGH POWER FACTOR CONTROLED BY SLIDING REGIME

Edward Leonardo Fuentealba, Ivan Eidt Colling, Ivo Barbi ..........................................866

THREE-PHASE SERIES-BUCK RECTIFIER WITH SPLIT DC-BUS BASED ON THE SCOTT TRANSFORMER

Alceu André Badin, Ivo Barbi ..................................................................................872

TS XXVII – Inverter Application

NEW TOPOLOGY OF VOLTAGE INVERTER BASED ON PUSH-PULL CONVERTER WITH SPWM MODULATOR

Marcelo Rodrigues, Carlos H. G. Treviso...................................................................878

DC-AC CONVERTER FOR STAND-ALONE SOLAR SYSTEMS WITH SUBMERGED VIBRATORY PUMP

Rômulo Leite Ramos, René Pastor Torrico Bascopé,
André dos Santos Lima ..........................................................................................884

A TWO STAGE DC-AC CONVERTER WITH WIDE INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE

Demercil S. Oliveira Jr., Carlos Elmano Alencar e Silva,
Renê Pastor Torrico Bascopé...................................................................................889

HIGH-EFFICIENCY HIGH-FREQUENCY INVERTER FOR SILENT DISCHARGE LOAD

Giuliano Salomão Sperandio, José Antenor Pomilio ....................................................895

A CONTROL METHOD FOR VOLTAGE SOURCE INVERTER WITHOUT DC LINK CAPACITOR

Milton Evangelista de Oliveira Filho, Ernesto Ruppert Filho,
Jonas R. Gazolli, Marcio A. Pimenta .........................................................................901

FOUR-LEVEL HALF-BRIDGE INVERTER BASED ON THE Y-D FOUR-STATE SWITCHING CELL

Mauro Tavares Peraça, Ivo Barbi.............................................................................907

STABILITY ANALISYS AND DESIGN OF DISCRETE CURRENT CONTROLLED INVERTERS WITH LCL-FILTER CONECTED TO THE GRID

Ivan Jorge Gabe, Jorge Rodrigo Massing, Felipe Bovolini Grigoletto,
Vinícius Montagner, Humberto Pinheiro ....................................................................913

A HYBRID CONTROL STRATEGY FOR REDUCTION OF SWITCHING LOSSES IN THREE-PHASE INVERTERS WITH CURRENT CONTROL LOOP

Ricardo Lúcio de Araujo Ribeiro, Erico Cadineli Braz, Felipe Dennis M.
Oliveira, Edson Roberto Cabral da Silva....................................................................919

TS XXVIII – Power Application

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A POWER INVERTER FOR A HIGH POWER PIEZOELECTRIC BRAKE ACTUATOR IN AIRCRAFTS

Rongyuan Li, Norbert Fröhleke, Joachim Böcker ........................................................925

HIGH CURRENT RECTIFIER - CURRENT DISTRIBUTION IN PARALLEL SEMICONDUCTORS - REAL CASES STUDIES

Edison Pires Moraes...............................................................................................930

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CAPACITOR-COMMUTATED CONVERTERS (CCC)

José A. F. Ferreira Jr, Ricardo Paulino Marques, Walter Kaiser.....................................936

STUDIES OF ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION RADIAL FEEDERS PARALLELISM

Alexandre Batista De Jesus Soares, Ernesto Ruppert Filho, Fujio Sato,
José Pissolato Filho, Dirceu Bueno Camargo..............................................................942

PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE QUASI 24-PULSE STATCOM

Francisco da Costa Lopes, Edson H Watanabe, Luís G B Rolim ....................................948

AN ADAPTIVE RESONANT CONTROLLER APPLIED TO THE STATCOM

Abnery J. Ortiz, Emanuel L. Van Emmerik, Mauricio Aredes,

L. G. B. Rolim .......................................................................................................954

POWER SUPPLY OF X-RAY TUBE TO DENTAL DIAGNOSIS

Alceu André Badin, Ivo Barbi ..................................................................................960

SOME DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE 6.5 KV IGBT-BASED HALF-BRIDGE DC/DC CONVERTER

Dmitri Vinnikov .....................................................................................................966

TS XXX – Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems

A NOVEL INTERLEAVED BOOST CONVERTER WITH HIGH VOLTAGE GAIN FOR UPS APLICATIONS

Evandro A. Soares da Silva, Demercil S. Oliveira Jr,
Thiago A. M. Oliveira, Fernando. L. Tofoli .................................................................999

COMPLETE DESIGN FOR A 1.2 KVA UNINTERRUPTABLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH A STABILIZED SINE WAVE OUTPUT AND A FREQUENCY SYNCHRONOUS CONVERTER

Gilson Junior Schiavon, Carlos Henrique Gonçalves Treviso.......................................1004

SINGLE, SERIES AND PARALLEL REDUNDANT UPS´S

Alexandre Saccol Martins, Alexandre de Andrade Lorençato,
Gerson Gabiatti, Guilherme Bonan .........................................................................1010

AN ADAPTIVE PD-COMPENSATOR WITH ODD-HARMONIC REPETITIVE COMPENSATION FOR UPS APPLICATIONS

Márcio Stefanello, Hilton Abílio Gründling................................................................1014

ACTIVE POWER LINE CONDITIONING OF A THREE-PHASE LINE INTERACTIVE UPS SYSTEM WITH IMPROVED DYNAMIC RESPONSE

Sergio Augusto Oliveira da Silva, Rodrigo Augusto Modesto,
Lucio dos Reis Barbosa.........................................................................................1019

DEVELOPMENT OF A LOW COST DIAGNOSIS AND ALERTS SYSTEM FOR FAULTS IN ELECTRONIC UPS SYSTEMS USING GSM LINK

Robinson Figueiredo Camargo, Maurício de Campos, Fabiano Salvadori,
Cleber Dambroz, Cassiano Rech and Gideon Villar Leandro .......................................1024

TS XXXI – Active Power Filter and Power Source

IMPLEMENTATION OF THREE-PHASE ACTIVE FILTER FOR COMPENSATION OF HARMONICS AND DISPLACEMENT WITH PHASES CURRENT BALANCING

Rogers Demonti, Carlos G. Bianchin, Julio S. Omori .................................................1030

STEADY STATE ANALYSIS AND MODELLING OF A SERIES ACTIVE POWER FILTER

Rafael Rocha Matias, Cursino Brandão Jacobina, Alexandre Cunha Oliveira, Edison Roberto Cabral Da Silva, Lucas V. Hartmann and Welflen Ricardo Nogueira Santos ...........................................................................1036

HARMONIC DETECTION NEURAL APPROACH FOR SINGLE-PHASE ACTIVE POWER FILTER

Claudionor Francisco do Nascimento, Azauri Albano de Oliveira Junior,
Alessandro Goedtel, Ivan Nunes Da Silva ...............................................................1042

A HIGH PERFORMANCE SWITCHING-MODE AC POWER SOURCE FOR EXCITATION OF AN ELECTRODYNAMIC SHAKER

Leandro Della Flora, Hilton Abílio Gründling .....................................................................1048

HIGH VOLTAGE ULTRA-FAST TURN ON FIXED ON-TIME POWER SWITCH

Marcello Mezaroba, Neomar Giacomini, Raphael Jorge Millnitz dos Santos...................1054

GENERIC GENERATOR OF THREE-PHASE PERIODIC SIGNALS FOR APPLICATION IN AC POWER SOURCES

Joselito Anastácio Heerdt, Alessandro Luis Batschauer, Jonathan Domini Sperb, Marcello Mezaroba, Neomar Giacomini ..............................................1060

TS XXXII – Soft Switching and Power Factor Correction

ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE SOFT-SWITCHING IN THE SMALL-SIGNAL MODEL OF THE ZVS-PSM-FB DC-DC CONVERTER

Cleber Zanatta, Jose Renes Pinheiro ......................................................................1066

INTEGRATION OF IZVT AUXILIARY COMMUTATION CIRCUITS APPLIED TO UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY

Adriano Toniolo De Oliveira, José Renes Pinheiro .....................................................1072

HIGH FREQUENCY ISOLATION PRE-REGULATOR FOR LOW POWER UPS APPLICATIONS

Carlos Gustavo Castelo Branco, René Pastor Torrico-bascopé,
Grover Victor Torrico-bascopé, Rômulo Damasceno Moura,
Luiz Daniel Bezerra and Demercil De Souza Oliveira Jr .............................................1078

THREE-STATE SWITCHING CELL APPLIED TO THE SINGLE-STAGE BOOST PFC: DESIGN CRITERIA AND EXPERIMENTATION

Thiago Naufal Santelo, Falcondes J. M. De Seixas, Juan P. R.
Balestero, Grover V. T. Bascopé ............................................................................1084

A 50KW PFC THREE-PHASE RECTIFIER FOR USING IN A PLASMA TORCH SYSTEM

Jader Fernandes De Sousa, Luciano Pereira S. Júnior,
Alexandre Magnus Fernandes Guimarães, Andres Ortiz Salazar,
Jean Paul Dubut and Jurandir De Oliveira Neto........................................................1090

A NOVEL CONTROL STRATEGY FOR POWER FACTOR CORRECTIONS BASED ON PREDICTIVE ALGORITHM

M. Yazdanian and S. Farhangi ...............................................................................1095