Average-value bidirectional AC/DC voltage source converter
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The Average-Value Voltage Source Converter (Three-Phase) block converts electrical energy from AC to DC voltage or from DC to AC voltage according to an input three-phase modulation wave. The corresponding input power is equal to the sum of the fixed power loss and the output power.
ModWave— Modulation wave
Physical signal input port associated with the normalized modulation wave.
Expandable electrical conserving port associated with voltage. For more information, see three-phase port.
+— Positive terminal
Electrical conserving port associated with the positive terminal.
-— Negative terminal
Electrical conserving port associated with the negative terminal.
Fixed power loss— Power loss
Fixed power loss on semiconductor components, in W. The input power is equal to the fixed power loss plus output power.