Voltage inverter with push-pull topology to inject energy into electrical systems with modulation SPWM

Emerson Charles Martins Silva, Carlos Henrique Gonçalves Treviso


This paper presents a proposal for a voltage inverter topology based on push-pull converters, switched at high frequency to inject energy into the grid from a source of DC power. A system using two reverse voltage static converters provides the power grid; energy in the form of alternating current, that can work in conjunction with the provision of utility power. Aiming at the possible use of renewable energy sources, that can be stored in the form of voltage continuous, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric and others. The functioning of topology is presented, such as the power and control circuits, as well as sizing components, theoretical and practical results achieved with the assembly of a prototype 100W of power and switching in 40khz, which after filtering provides the frequency of 60Hz, which is compatible with the Brazilian electrical system.


Voltage inverter; Push-pull; SPWM; Injection energy

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5433/1679-0375.2013v34n1p31

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DOI: 10.5433/1679-0375
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