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. 2021; 12(3): 322-333



A new topology of H bridge multilevel inverter (MLI) obtained a basic unit structure with PSO algorithm is
proposed during this study. The low-frequency modulation technique is applied for switching control. The
proposed system is used to reduce switching stress to getting a better operation. The analysis of the PSO
algorithm is presented through the single-phase nine-level output voltage for better symmetrical voltage. The
given PSO technique required a pulse pattern to figure switches in the inverter. The new PSO algorithm should
be produced low THD and also obtained better efficiency. The simulation work is performed and evaluated with
the MatLab/Simulink.

Key words: Multilevel Inverter (MLI), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO)Techniques.

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