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INTRODUCTION TO 3-PHASE CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS

Single phase half controlled bridge converters & fully controlled bridge converters are

used extensively in industrial applications up to about 15kW of output power. The single phase

2Vm

controlled rectifiers provide a maximum dc output of Vdc max .

The output ripple frequency is equal to the twice the ac supply frequency. The single

phase full wave controlled rectifiers provide two output pulses during every input supply cycle

and hence are referred to as two pulse converters.

Three phase converters are 3-phase controlled rectifiers which are used to convert ac

input power supply into dc output power across the load.

Features of 3-phase controlled rectifiers are

Operate from 3 phase ac supply voltage.

They provide higher dc output voltage and higher dc output power.

Higher output voltage ripple frequency.

Filtering requirements are simplified for smoothing out load voltage and load current

Three phase controlled rectifiers are extensively used in high power variable speed

industrial dc drives.

3-PHASE HALF WAVE CONVERTER

Three single phase half-wave converters are connected together to form a three phase

half-wave converter as shown in the figure.

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

We define three line neutral voltages (3 phase voltages) as follows

vRN van Vm sin t ; Vm Max. Phase Voltage

2

vYN vbn Vm sin t VCN

3

0

120

2

vBN vcn Vm sin t 0 VAN

3 120

vBN vcn Vm sin t 1200 0

120

VBN

Vector diagram of 3-phase supply voltages

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

The 3-phase half wave converter combines three single phase half wave controlled rectifiers in

one single circuit feeding a common load. The thyristor T1 in series with one of the supply phase

windings ' a n ' acts as one half wave controlled rectifier. The second thyristor T2 in series with

the supply phase winding ' b n ' acts as the second half wave controlled rectifier. The third

thyristor T3 in series with the supply phase winding ' c n ' acts as the third half wave controlled

rectifier.

The 3-phase input supply is applied through the star connected supply transformer as

shown in the figure. The common neutral point of the supply is connected to one end of the load

while the other end of the load connected to the common cathode point.

When the thyristor T1 is triggered at t 300 , the phase voltage van

6

appears across the load when T1 conducts. The load current flows through the supply phase

5

When thyristor T2 is triggered at t 1500 , T1 becomes reverse biased

6

and turns-off. The load current flows through the thyristor T2 and through the supply phase

winding ' b n ' . When T2 conducts the phase voltage vbn appears across the load until the

thyristor T3 is triggered .

3

When the thyristor T3 is triggered at t 2700 , T2 is reversed biased

2

and hence T2 turns-off. The phase voltage vcn appears across the load when T3 conducts.

When T1 is triggered again at the beginning of the next input cycle the thyristor T3 turns

off as it is reverse biased naturally as soon as T1 is triggered. The figure shows the 3-phase input

supply voltages, the output voltage which appears across the load, and the load current assuming

a constant and ripple free load current for a highly inductive load and the current through the

thyristor T1 .

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

For a purely resistive load where the load inductance ‘L = 0’ and the trigger angle

, the load current appears as discontinuous load current and each thyristor is naturally

6

commutated when the polarity of the corresponding phase supply voltage reverses. The

frequency of output ripple frequency for a 3-phase half wave converter is 3 f S , where f S is the

input supply frequency.

The 3-phase half wave converter is not normally used in practical converter systems

because of the disadvantage that the supply current waveforms contain dc components (i.e., the

supply current waveforms have an average or dc value).

TO DERIVE AN EXPRESSION FOR THE AVERAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF A 3-

PHASE HALF WAVE CONVERTER FOR CONTINUOUS LOAD CURRENT

The reference phase voltage is vRN van Vm sin t . The trigger angle is measured

from the cross over points of the 3-phase supply voltage waveforms. When the phase supply

voltage van begins its positive half cycle at t 0 , the first cross over point appears at

t radians 300 .

6

The trigger angle for the thyristor T1 is measured from the cross over point at

t 300 . The thyristor T1 is forward biased during the period t 300 to 1500 , when the phase

supply voltage van has a higher amplitude than the other phase supply voltages. Hence T1 can be

triggered between 300 to 1500 . When the thyristor T1 is triggered at a trigger angle , the

average or dc output voltage for continuous load current is calculated using the equation

56

3

Vdc vO .d t

2

6

56

3

Vdc Vm sin t.d t

2

6

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

As the output load voltage waveform has three output pulses during the input cycle of

2 radians

56

3Vm

Vdc sin t.d t

2

6

5

3Vm 6

Vdc cos t

2

6

3Vm 5

Vdc

2 cos 6 cos 6

Note from the trigonometric relationship

cos A B cos A.cos B sin A.sin B

3Vm 5 5

Vdc cos 6 cos sin sin cos .cos sin sin

2 6 6 6

cos 1500 cos sin 1500 sin cos 300 .cos sin 300 sin

3Vm

Vdc

2

cos 1800 300 cos sin 1800 300 sin cos 300 .cos sin 300 sin

3Vm

Vdc

2

Note: cos 1800 300 cos 300

Therefore

cos 300 cos sin 300 sin cos 300 .cos sin 300 sin

3Vm

Vdc

2

3Vm

Vdc

2

3Vm 3

Vdc 2 cos

2 2

3Vm 3 3Vm

Vdc 3 cos cos

2 2

3VLm

Vdc cos

2

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

Where

VLm 3Vm Max. line to line supply voltage for a 3-phase star connected transformer.

given by

3 3 Vm

Vdc max Vdm Where Vm is the peak phase voltage.

2

Vdc

And the normalized average output voltage is Vdcn Vn cos

Vdm

TO DERIVE AN EXPRESSION FOR THE RMS VALUE OF THE OUTPUT VOLTAGE

OF A 3-PHASE HALF WAVE CONVERTER FOR CONTINUOUS LOAD CURRENT

The rms value of output voltage is found by using the equation

1

5

2

3

6

VO RMS Vm2 sin 2 t.d t

2

6

1

1 3 2

and we obtain VO RMS 3Vm cos 2

6 8

3 PHASE HALF WAVE CONTROLLED RECTIFIER OUTPUT VOLTAGE

WAVEFORMS FOR DIFFERENT TRIGGER ANGLES WITH RL LOAD

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

V0

0

=30

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

V0 0

=60

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

Vbn Vcn

Van

V0

0

=90

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

WAVEFORMS FOR DIFFERENT TRIGGER ANGLES WITH R LOAD

V an V bn V cn

=0

Vs

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

V an V bn V cn

=150

V0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

V an V bn V cn

=300

V0 0

30

0

60

0

90

0

120

0

150

0 0

180 210

0

240

0

270

0

300

0

330

0

360

0 0

390 420

0 t

V an V bn V cn

=60

0

V0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

t

30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 420

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

A 3 PHASE HALF WAVE CONVERTER WITH RESISTIVE LOAD OR RL LOAD

WITH FWD.

In the case of a three-phase half wave controlled rectifier with resistive load, the thyristor

T1 is triggered at t 300 and T1 conducts up to t 1800 radians. When the phase

supply voltage van decreases to zero at t , the load current falls to zero and the thyristor T1

Hence the average dc output voltage for a 3-pulse converter (3-phase half wave

controlled rectifier) is calculated by using the equation

180

0

3

Vdc vO .d t

2 300

3

0

180

Vdc Vm sin t.d t

2 300

180

0

3V

Vdc m sin t.d t

2 300

3V 1800

Vdc m cos t

2 0

30

3Vm

Vdc

2

1 cos 300

3Vm

We get Vdc

2

3-phase semi-converters are three phase half controlled bridge controlled rectifiers which

employ three thyristors and three diodes connected in the form of a bridge configuration. Three

thyristors are controlled switches which are turned on at appropriate times by applying

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

appropriate gating signals. The three diodes conduct when they are forward biased by the

corresponding phase supply voltages.

3-phase semi-converters are used in industrial power applications up to about 120kW

output power level, where single quadrant operation is required. The power factor of 3-phase

semi-converter decreases as the trigger angle increases. The power factor of a 3-phase semi-

converter is better than three phase half wave converter.

The figure shows a 3-phase semi-converter with a highly inductive load and the load

current is assumed to be a constant and continuous load current with negligible ripple.

Thyristor T1 is forward biased when the phase supply voltage van is positive and greater

than the other phase voltages vbn and vcn . The diode D1 is forward biased when the phase

supply voltage vcn is more negative than the other phase supply voltages.

Thyristor T2 is forward biased when the phase supply voltage vbn is positive and greater

than the other phase voltages. Diode D2 is forward biased when the phase supply voltage van is

more negative than the other phase supply voltages.

Thyristor T3 is forward biased when the phase supply voltage vcn is positive and greater

than the other phase voltages. Diode D3 is forward biased when the phase supply voltage vbn is

more negative than the other phase supply voltages.

The figure shows the waveforms for the three phase input supply voltages, the output

voltage, the thyristor and diode current waveforms, the current through the free wheeling diode

Dm and the supply current ia . The frequency of the output supply waveform is 3 f S , where f S is

the input ac supply frequency. The trigger angle can be varied from 00 to 1800 .

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

7

During the time period t i.e., for 30 t 210 ,

0 0

thyristor T1 is

6 6

forward biased. If T1 is triggered at t , T1 and D1 conduct together and the line to

6

7

line supply voltage vac appears across the load. At t , vac starts to become negative

6

and the free wheeling diode Dm turns on and conducts. The load current continues to flow

through the free wheeling diode Dm and thyristor T1 and diode D1 are turned off.

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

If the free wheeling diode Dm is not connected across the load, then T1 would continue to

5

conduct until the thyristor T2 is triggered at t and the free wheeling action is

6

accomplished through T1 and D2 , when D2 turns on as soon as van becomes more negative at

7 2

t . If the trigger angle each thyristor conducts for radians 1200 and the

6 3 3

free wheeling diode Dm does not conduct. The waveforms for a 3-phase semi-converter with

is shown in figure

3

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

2 2

vYN vbn Vm sin t , vYN vbn Vm sin t 120 , vBN vcn Vm sin t

0

3 3

5

vRB vac van vcn 3Vm sin t , vYR vba vbn van 3Vm sin t

6 6

vBY vcb vcn vbn 3Vm sin t , vRY vab van vbn 3Vm sin t

2 6

Where Vm is the peak phase voltage of a star (Y) connected source.

TO DERIVE AN EXPRESSION FOR THE AVERAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF THREE

PHASE SEMICONVERTER FOR AND DISCONTINUOUS OUTPUT

3

VOLTAGE

For and discontinuous output voltage: the average output voltage is found from

3

7 7

3 6

3 6

Vdc vac .d t , Vdc 3 Vm sin t d t

2 2 6

6 6

3 3Vm

Vdc 1 cos

2

3VmL

Vdc 1 cos

2

The maximum average output voltage that occurs at a delay angle of 0 is

3 3Vm

Vdm

The normalized average output voltage is

Vdc

Vn 0.5 1 cos

Vdm

The rms output voltage is found from

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

1

7

3 2

2

6

3Vm sin t 6 d t

2

VO RMS

2

6

1

3 1 2

VO RMS 3Vm sin 2

4 2

For , and continuous output voltage

3

Output voltage vO vab 3Vm sin t ; for t to

6 6 2

5

Output voltage vO vac 3Vm sin t ; for t to

6 2 6

The average or dc output voltage is calculated by using the equation

5

3 2 6

ac

2

Vdc v .d t v .d t

ab

6 2

3 3Vm

Vdc 1 cos

2

Vdc

Vn 0.5 1 cos

Vdm

The RMS value of the output voltage is calculated by using the equation

1

5

3 2 6 2

VO RMS

2

vab .d t vac .d t

2

2

6 2

1

3 2 2

VO RMS 3Vm 3 cos 2

4 3

THREE PHASE FULL CONVERTER

Three phase full converter is a fully controlled bridge controlled rectifier using six

thyristors connected in the form of a full wave bridge configuration. All the six thyristors are

controlled switches which are turned on at a appropriate times by applying suitable gate trigger

signals. The three phase full converter is extensively used in industrial power applications upto

about 120kW output power level, where two quadrant operation is required. The figure shows a

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

three phase full converter with highly inductive load. This circuit is also known as three phase

full wave bridge or as a six pulse converter. The thyristors are triggered at an interval of

3

radians (i.e. at an interval of 600 ). The frequency of output ripple voltage is 6 f S and the filtering

requirement is less than that of three phase semi and half wave converters.

At t , thyristor T6 is already conducting when the thyristor T1 is turned on by

6

applying the gating signal to the gate of T1 . During the time period t to ,

6 2

thyristors T1 and T6 conduct together and the line to line supply voltage vab appears across the

load. At t , the thyristor T2 is triggered and T6 is reverse biased immediately and T6

2

5

turns off due to natural commutation. During the time period t to ,

2 6

thyristor T1 and T2 conduct together and the line to line supply voltage vac appears across the

load. The thyristors are numbered in the circuit diagram corresponding to the order in which they

are triggered. The trigger sequence (firing sequence) of the thyristors is 12, 23, 34, 45, 56, 61,

12, 23, and so on. The figure shows the waveforms of three phase input supply voltages, output

voltage, the thyristor current through T1 and T4 , the supply current through the line ‘a’.

We define three line neutral voltages (3 phase voltages) as follows

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

2

vYN vbn Vm sin t Vm sin t 120 ,

0

3

2

vBN vcn Vm sin t Vm sin t 120 Vm sin t 240

0 0

3

Where Vm is the peak phase voltage of a star (Y) connected source.

The corresponding line-to-line voltages are

vRY vab van vbn 3Vm sin t , vYB vbc vbn vcn 3Vm sin t

6 2

vBR vca vcn van 3Vm sin t

2

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

T6 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T1 T2

iG1

t

(30 + )

0 0 0

(360 +30 +)

0

iG2 60

t

0

iG3 60

t

0

iG4 60

t

0

iG5 60

t

0

iG6 60

t

TO DERIVE AN EXPRESSION FOR THE AVERAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF

THREE PHASE FULL CONVERTER WITH HIGHLY INDUCTIVE LOAD ASSUMING

CONTINUOUS AND CONSTANT LOAD CURRENT

The output load voltage consists of 6 voltage pulses over a period of 2 radians, hence

the average output voltage is calculated as

2

6

VO dc Vdc

2

vO .d t ;

6

vO vab 3Vm sin t

6

3 2

Vdc 3Vm sin t .d t

6

6

3 3Vm 3VmL

Vdc cos cos

Where VmL 3Vm Max. line-to-line supply voltage

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

3 3Vm 3VmL

Vdc max Vdm

The normalized average dc output voltage is

Vdc

Vdcn Vn cos

Vdm

The rms value of the output voltage is found from

1

2

6

2

VO rms vO2 .d t

2

6

1

2

6

2

VO rms vab .d t

2

2

6

1

2

3

2

VO rms 3Vm2 sin 2 t .d t

2 6

6

1

1 3 3 2

VO rms 3Vm cos 2

2 4

THREE PHASE DUAL CONVERTERS

In many variable speed drives, the four quadrant operation is generally required and three

phase dual converters are extensively used in applications up to the 2000 kW level. Figure shows

three phase dual converters where two three phase full converters are connected back to back

across a common load. We have seen that due to the instantaneous voltage differences between

the output voltages of converters, a circulating current flows through the converters. The

circulating current is normally limited by circulating reactor, Lr . The two converters are

controlled in such a way that if 1 is the delay angle of converter 1, the delay angle of converter

2 is 2 1 .

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

The operation of a three phase dual converter is similar that of a single phase dual

converter system. The main difference being that a three phase dual converter gives much higher

dc output voltage and higher dc output power than a single phase dual converter system. But the

drawback is that the three phase dual converter is more expensive and the design of control

circuit is more complex.

The figure below shows the waveforms for the input supply voltages, output voltages of

converter1 and conveter2 , and the voltage across current limiting reactor (inductor) Lr . The

operation of each converter is identical to that of a three phase full converter.

During the interval 1 to 1 , the line to line voltage vab appears across the

6 2

output of converter 1 and vbc appears across the output of converter 2

2

vYN vbn Vm sin t Vm sin t 120

0

3

2

vBN vcn Vm sin t Vm sin t 120 Vm sin t 240

0 0

3

The corresponding line-to-line supply voltages are

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

vRY vab van vbn 3Vm sin t

6

vYB vbc vbn vcn 3Vm sin t

2

vBR vca vcn van 3Vm sin t

2

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

If vO1 and vO 2 are the output voltages of converters 1 and 2 respectively, the

instantaneous voltage across the current limiting inductor during the interval

1 t 1 is

6 2

vr vO1 vO 2 vab vbc

vr 3Vm sin t sin t

6 2

vr 3Vm cos t

6

The circulating current can be calculated by using the equation

t

1

ir t vr .d t

Lr

1

6

t

1

ir t 3Vm cos t .d t

Lr 6

1

6

3Vm

ir t sin t 6 sin 1

Lr

3Vm

ir max = maximum value of the circulating current.

Lr

There are two different modes of operation of a three phase dual converter system.

Circulating current free (non circulating) mode of operation

Circulating current mode of operation

CIRCULATING CURRENT FREE (NON-CIRCULATING) MODE OF OPERATION

In this mode of operation only one converter is switched on at a time when the converter

number 1 is switched on and the gate signals are applied to the thyristors the average output

voltage and the average load current are controlled by adjusting the trigger angle 1 and the

gating signals of converter 1 thyristors.

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

The load current flows in the downward direction giving a positive average load current

when the converter 1 is switched on. For 1 900 the converter 1 operates in the rectification

mode Vdc is positive, I dc is positive and hence the average load power Pdc is positive.

The converter 1 converts the input ac supply and feeds a dc power to the load. Power

flows from the ac supply to the load during the rectification mode. When the trigger angle 1 is

increased above 900 , Vdc becomes negative where as I dc is positive because the thyristors of

converter 1 conduct in only one direction and reversal of load current through thyristors of

converter 1 is not possible.

For 1 900 converter 1 operates in the inversion mode & the load energy is supplied

back to the ac supply. The thyristors are switched-off when the load current decreases to zero &

after a short delay time of about 10 to 20 milliseconds, the converter 2 can be switched on by

releasing the gate control signals to the thyristors of converter 2.

We obtain a reverse or negative load current when the converter 2 is switched ON. The

average or dc output voltage and the average load current are controlled by adjusting the trigger

angle 2 of the gate trigger pulses supplied to the thyristors of converter 2. When 2 is less than

900 , converter 2 operates in the rectification mode and converts the input ac supply in to dc

output power which is fed to the load.

When 2 is less than 900 for converter 2, Vdc is negative & I dc is negative, converter 2

operates as a controlled rectifier & power flows from the ac source to the load circuit. When 2

is increased above 900, the converter 2 operates in the inversion mode with Vdc positive and I dc

negative and hence Pdc is negative, which means that power flows from the load circuit to the

input ac supply. The power flow from the load circuit to the input ac source is possible if the load

circuit has a dc source of appropriate polarity. When the load current falls to zero the thyristors

of converter 2 turn-off and the converter 2 can be turned off.

CIRCULATING CURRENT MODE OF OPERATION

Both the converters are switched on at the same time in the mode of operation. One

converter operates in the rectification mode while the other operates in the inversion mode.

Trigger angles 1 & 2 are adjusted such that 1 2 1800

Three Phase Controlled Rectifiers, M.Kaliamoorthy Associate Professor [2011]

than 900 , converter 2 operates in the inversion mode. Vdc , I dc , Pdc are positive.

than 900 , converter 1 operates as an Inverter. Vdc and I dc are negative while Pdc is positive.

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