In this paper, a new modulated finite control set-model predictive control (FCS-MPC) methodology is proposed for a quasi-Z-source inverter (qZSI). The application of the qZSI in this paper is to drive the permanent magnet synchronous machine (PMSM). The proposed methodology calculates the optimal duration time (ODT) for the candidate vector from the switching patterns of the inverter after it is selected from the FCS-MPC algorithm. The control objective of the FCS-MPC are the three-phase currents of PMSM, when the motor speed is below or equal to the base speed. While at a speed beyond the based speed, the inductor current and capacitor voltage of the qZS network are added as control objectives. For each candidate optimal vector, the optimal time, which is a part of the sampling interval, is determined based on minimizing the ripples of the control objectives using a quadratic cost function. Then, the optimal vector is applied only to the inverter switches during the calculated ODT at the start of the sampling interval, while the zero vector is applied during the remaining part of the sampling interval. To reduce the calculation burden, the zero-state is excluded from the possible states of the inverter, and the sub-cost function definition is used for the inductor current regulation. The proposed modulated FCS-MPC is compared with the unmodulated FCS-MPC at the same parameters to handle a fair comparison. The simulation results based on the MATLAB/Simulink© software shows the superiority of the proposed algorithm compared to the unmodulated FCS-MPC in terms of a lower ripple in the inductor current and capacitor voltage, and a lower THD for the PMSM currents.
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