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Selective Harmonic Elimination in Multilevel Inverter Using Real Coded
Genetic Algorithm Initialized Newton Raphson Method
Adeyemo, I. A.,2 Aborisade, D. O., 3 Ojo, J. A.
1, 2,3
Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria.

Abstract This paper presents a novel two-phase Basically, there are three multilevel converter
hybrid optimization algorithm called Real Coded Genetic topologies and they are as follows: Diode-Clamped
Algorithm Initialized Newton Raphson (GAIN) method for Multilevel Converter (DCMC) which is based on the
solving the transcendental nonlinear equations neutral-point-clamped (NPC) inverter topology introduced
characterizing harmonics in multilevel converters. The by Nabae, et al, in 1981 [3], Capacitor-Clamped Multilevel
proposed hybrid Real GAIN method is developed in such a Converter (CCMC) also known as flying capacitor or
way that Real Coded Genetic Algorithm (RCGA) is the multicell converter proposed by Meynard and Foch in 1992
primary optimizer exploiting its global search capabilities [3], and Cascaded Multicell Converter (CMC) otherwise
by directing the search towards the optimal region, and known as Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Converter
Newton Raphson method is then employed as a local (CHBMLC) [5, 6]. However many varieties of each
search method to fine tune the best solution provided by topology as well as hybrid of the fundamental topologies
RCGA in each evolution. The proposed method is such as Generalized P2 Converter, Mixed-Level Hybrid
implemented for the offline computation of the optimum Converter, Asymmetric Hybrid converter have been
switching angles in an 11-level inverter so that the required developed but with the same underlying principle [7-11].
fundamental voltage is produced while the low order Several modulation techniques and control
harmonics specifically the 5th, 7th, 11th and 13th harmonics paradigms have been developed for multilevel converters
which are more harmful and more difficult to remove with among which are Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation
filters are eliminated. Computational and MATLAB (SPWM), Selective Harmonic Elimination (SHE) method,
simulation results clearly demonstrate the effectiveness and Space Vector Control (SVC), and Space Vector Pulse
high spectral performance of the proposed algorithm. Width Modulation (SVPWM) [1, 2,]. Selective
Harmonics Elimination (SHE) method at fundamental
Keywords- Multilevel inverter, Selective Harmonics switching frequency arguably gives the best spectral
Elimination (SHE), Real Coded Genetic Algorithm performance. The main challenge associated with the
(RCGA), Newton Raphson method SHE method is how to obtain analytical solutions of the

nonlinear transcendental equations that contain

INTRODUCTION trigonometric terms [12].
The traditional methods used for solving this
Multilevel voltage source inverters have recently kind of optimization problems include derivative-
become very popular in medium and high power dependent method like Newton Raphson method which is
applications such as large motor drives and electric utilities very fast and accurate but risks being trapped at a local
due to their ability to meet the increasing demand of power optimum and diverges if the arbitrarily chosen initial
ratings and high power quality. By synthesizing the desired values are not sufficiently close to the roots [13-16].
ac output voltage of a multilevel inverter from several Evolutionary algorithms like Ant Colony Optimization
levels of dc input voltages, staircase waveforms are (ACO) [17], Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) [18] and
produced, which approach the sinusoidal waveform with the conventional Binary Coded Genetic Algorithm
low harmonic distortion. In comparison with the hard- (BCGA) [19-21] are derivative free and are successful in
switched two-level pulse width modulation (PWM) locating the optimal solution with any arbitrarily chosen
inverters, multilevel inverters have a lower dv/dt per initial values, but they are usually slow in convergence
switching, lower electro-magnetic interference (EMI), and require much computing time. Also, they minimize
considerably reduced switching loss and higher efficiency rather than eliminate the unwanted low order harmonics
[1, 2]. Chiasson et al [22] proposed a method based on
Due to their high spectral performance and ability Elimination theory using resultants of polynomials to
to attain a higher voltage with low harmonics without the determine the solutions of the SHE equations. A difficulty
use of transformers, multilevel inverters have drawn with this approach is that as the number of levels
tremendous interest in applications such as industrial motor increases, the order of the polynomials becomes very
drives, High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission, high, thereby making the computations of solutions of
flexible AC transmission system (FACTs) and utility these polynomial equations very complex. Another
interface for renewable energy systems because several approach uses Walsh functions [23-25] where solving
batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, or rectied wind turbines or linear equations, instead of non-linear transcendental
microturbines can be connected through a multilevel equations, optimizes the switching angle. The method
inverter to feed a load or interconnect to the ac grid without results in a set of algebraic matrix equations and the
voltage balancing problems [1, 2]. calculation of the optimal switching angles is a complex
and time-consuming operation.

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The Fourier series expansion of the staircase

II. CASCADED H-BRIDGE MULTILEVEL output voltage waveform shown in Figure 2 is expressed in
INVERTERS equation (1).
Cascaded H-bridge multilevel converters consist
of a number of H-bridge power conditioning cells, each
supplied by an isolated source on the DC side and series-
connected on the AC side [1, 2, 6, 8, 16]. The structure of a
single phase cascaded H-bridge multilevel converter is
shown in Figure 1.

Fig. 2. Output voltage waveform of an 11-level cascaded

H-bridge multilevel converter using fundamental frequency
switching scheme.

V (t ) H n ( ) sin(nt ) (1)



H n ( ) cos(n k ) , for odd n
n k 1

H n ( ) 0 , for even n (3)


In three-phase power system, the triplen

harmonics in each phase need not be cancelled as they
automatically cancel in the line-to-line voltages as a result
only non-triplen odd harmonics are present in the line-to-
Fig. 1. Configuration of an 11-level single-phase line voltages [22]
cascaded H-bridge multilevel converter
Combining equations 1, 2 and 3
The number of output phase voltage levels in a
v(t) n1,3,5... dc (cos(n1) cos(n2 ) ...

cascaded H-Bridge inverter is dened by n =2s +1, where s
is the number H-bridges per phase connected in cascade. n
Each H-bridge switch can generate three different voltage
levels: + Vdc , 0, and - Vdc by connecting the DC source to
cos( n s )) sin nt ) (4)

the AC output by different combinations of the four

switches S1 , S 2 , S 3 , and S 4 shown in the figure. To Subject to 0 1 2 ... s
obtain + Vdc , switches S1 and S 4 are turned on, whereas
Generally for s number of switching angles, one
Vdc can be obtained by turning on switches S 2 and S 3 . switching angle is used for the desired fundamental output
voltage V1 and the remaining (s-1) switching angles are
By turning on S1 and S 2 , or S 3 and S 4 , the output used to eliminate certain low order harmonics that
voltage is zero. The outputs of H-bridge switches are dominate the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) such that
connected in series such that the synthesized AC voltage equation (4) becomes
waveform is the summation of all voltages from the
cascaded H-bridge cells [22]. V (t ) V1 sin(t ) (5)


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From equation (4), the expression for the cos(131 ) cos(132 ) ... cos(135 ) 0
fundamental output voltage V1 in terms of the switching
angles is given by
Generally equation (11) can be written as
V1 cos(1 ) cos( 2 ) ... cos( s ) (6) F ( ) B(mi )

The relation between the fundamental voltage The Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) is computed as
and the maximum obtainable fundamental voltage V1max is shown in equation (13) :
given by modulation index. The modulation index, mi, is
defined as the ratio of the fundamental output voltage V1 to 49
the maximum obtainable fundamental voltage V1max. The
maximum fundamental voltage is obtained when all the
V i

i 5, 7 ,11,13.....
switching angles are zero [16]. From equation (6), THD
V1 (13)

V1 V1
V1 max 4sVdc
The genetic algorithm proposed by Holland
in 1975 is an evolutionary algorithm that was inspired
To develop an 11-level cascaded multilevel
by the study of genetics [26]. He proposed a Binary-
inverter, five SDCSs are required. The modulation index
Coded Genetic Algorithm (BCGA) modeled on
and switching angles that result in the synthesis of AC
Darwinian principles of survival of the ttest, with a
waveform with the least Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
random but structured exchange of information. A
can be found by solving the following nonlinear and
random population of individuals, or potential solutions
transcendental equations characterizing the harmonics
to the problem called strings or chromosomes, is
derived from equations (1), (2) and (4) [16, 22] :
created, and in turn the parameters of these solutions
are modified by the genetic operators (selection,

4Vdc crossover and mutation) to create new (and hopefully

(cos( 1 ) cos( 2 ) ... cos( 5 )) V1 better) population of solutions. This process is repeated
for a number of generations until the desired solution is
obtained. Due to the inexact nature of genetic
cos(5 1 ) cos(5 2 ) ... cos(5 5 ) 0 algorithm, its performance depends on the population
size as well as the choice and values of the genetic
operators used. Population size has to be chosen in such
cos(7 1 ) cos(7 2 ) ... cos(7 5 ) 0 (9) a way that there is balance between the execution time
and accuracy, which means that an increase in the
cos(11 1 ) cos(11 2 ) ... cos(11 5 ) 0 accuracy of a solution can only come at the expense of
the convergent speed and vice versa.

cos(13 1 ) cos(13 2 ) ... cos(13 5 ) 0 For real valued numerical optimization problems,
Real-Coded Genetic Algorithm (RCGA), whose
The correct solution must satisfy the condition chromosomes comprise real numbers outperforms binary-
coded genetic algorithms. The obvious advantages of
RCGA include global search capability, enhanced
0 1 2 ... 5 convergent speed resulting from a reduced computational
2 (10) effort (BCGA uses binary code, which needs a lot of time
to code and decode the values). In this research work, with
Equation (8) in equation (9) yields: the population size set at 40, Real Coded Genetic
Algorithm using oating-point representation together with
cos( 1 ) cos( 2 ) ... cos( 5 ) 5mi the tournament selection, heuristic crossover at the rate of
0.8, dynamic or non-uniform mutation at the rate of 0.02
cos(51) cos(52 ) ... cos(55 ) 0 and generational replacement strategy is proposed. Each
cos(71) cos(72 ) ... cos(75 ) 0 (11) chromosome (potential solution) of the nonlinear and
transcendental equations is encoded as a vector of oating-
point valued or real numbers of the same length as the
cos(111) cos(112 ) ... cos(115 ) 0 dimension of the search space. For each chromosome

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(potential solution), the fitness function is calculated as Step 2: RCGA proceeds by randomly generating a
follows [21]: population of potential solutions.

4 2
Step 3: i) Assesses the population fitness using
V * V 5
1 V hs (14)
f min 100 1 * 1
h 50

the objective function.
i s2 s
ii) Ranking is carried out.
i = 1, 2 5
iii) Selection is employed to pick the best individuals
as members.
subject to 0 1 2 ... 5
iv) Creation of offsprings based on discrete
recombination (crossover and mutation).
v) Elitism is employed and a new generation is
V1* = desired fundamental output voltage, S = created.
number of switching angles = the number of DC sources =
vi) Repeat steps (i) to (v) for sufficient number of
5, = order of the viable harmonic at the output of a
iterations to attain the stopping criterion.
three phase multilevel converter. For example, ,
Step 4: The solution from step 3 is fine tuned with
Newton-Raphson method as follows;

In this work, the GA for each state is run twice, i) A solution set of RCGAbest is used as initial values
because it may fall into local minima. The least fitness for the switching angles (i.e. RGAbest = initial = 0 )
function between both runs is chosen. By increasing the
number of runs, the probability of reaching the global ii) Set mi = 0.
minimum increases but the convergent speed decreases due
to the increase in the execution time. Also, the default iii) Calculate F(0), B(mi), and Jacobian J(0)
number of generations is 100 but sometimes, GA converges
to a solution much before 100 generations are completed. iv) Compute correction during the iteration
In order to save time, generations are halted if the result using relation,
remains unchanged for 50 generations. J 1 ( 0 )B ( mi ) F ( 0 )


v) Update the switching angles i.e.
Newton-Raphson (NR) method is one of the fastest ( k 1) ( k ) ( k )
iterative methods. This method begins with an arbitrary
initial approximation and generally converges at a zero of a vi) Perform transformation to bring switching angles
given system of nonlinear equations [27]. However, in this in feasible range.
work, the NR method is used to compute the switching
angles for the system of SHE equations using the best (k 1) cos 1 abs[(cos( (k 1))]
solutions returned by RCGA as the initial approximation.
The Switching angles producing the desired fundamental vii) Repeat steps (iii) to (vi) for sufficient number of
voltage along with elimination of 5th, 7th, 11th, and 13th iterations to attain error goal.
harmonic components are computed for complete range of
modulation. Different solution sets are obtained for the viii) Increment mi by a fixed step.
range of modulation index where they exist.
ix) Repeat steps (ii) to (viii) for the whole range of
The hybrid Real Coded Genetic Algorithm Initialised mi
Newton Raphson (Real GAIN) method was developed in
such a way that Real-Coded Genetic Algorithm (RGA) Step 5: Plot the switching angles as a function of mi.
with step size of 0.005 is the primary optimizer exploiting Different solution sets would be obtained.
its global search capabilities by directing the search
towards the optimal region, Newton-Raphson (NR) method Step 6: Take one solution set at a time and compute
with step size of 0.02 is then employed as a local search the complete solution set for the range of mi where it
method to fine tune the best solution provided by RGA in exits.
each evolution as follows:
By following the above steps, all possible solutions
Step 1: Formulate the SHE problem. when they exist, can be computed.

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From the plots, it is observed that the low order

V. COMPUTATIONAL RESULTS harmonics are completely eliminated. Also, the best
solution set found at modulation index of 0.9149 has Total
A personal computer (1.83GHz Intel dual core Harmonic Distortion (THD) of 4.04% and corresponding
processor with 2.00 GB Random Access Memory and 286 Low Order Harmonic Distortion (LOHD) of 0.00%.
GB Hard disk drive) running MATLAB R2009a on
Windows 7 Ultimate edition was used to carry out the VI. SIMULATION RESULTS
calculations. A plot of the switching angles for values of
modulation indices ranging from 0 to 1.0 is shown in In order to validate the observed analytical
Figure 3. As the plot shows, solutions do not exist at the results, an 11-level single-phase Cascaded H-Bridge
lower end [0, 0.3764] and upper end [0.915, 1] of the inverter was modelled in MATLAB-SIMULINK using
modulation indices, isolated solution sets are only found for SimPower System block set. In each of the five H-Bridges
modulation index in the intervals [0.3764, 0.3779] and in the 11-level single-phase Cascaded H-Bridge inverter,
[0.9149]. In the subinterval [0.4871, 0.5395], [0.58], and 12V dc source is the SDCS, and the switching device used
[0.6179, 0.6586] two sets of solution exist. For those values is Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT). Simulations
of modulation indices that multiple solution sets exist, the were performed using the best solution set of the hybrid
set with the least Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) is real GAIN algorithm calculated offline. The switching
chosen. scheme adopted in this research work is the Fundamental
frequency switching scheme because of its simplicity and
Graph of Switching Angles(degree) vs Modulation index low switching losses. The Fast Fourier Transform analysis
1 of the simulated phase voltage waveforms was done using
the FFT block to show the harmonic spectrum of the 11-
level single-phase output AC voltage synthesized at the
fundamental frequency (f = 50Hz) producing fundamental
60 voltage of 69.91V (peak) at modulation index of 0.9149
Switching angles (degrees)

which agrees closely with the analytical value of 69.89V
(peak) calculated using equation (8).



0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
Modulation Index

Fig.3. Optimal switching angles versus modulation

index for 11-level CHBMLI

The plots of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)

computed out to the 13th order labeled Low Order
Harmonic Distortion (LOHD), and Total Harmonic
Distortion (THD) computed out to the 49th order versus
modulation index are shown in Figure 4.

The Voltage THD and low order harmonics( in % of the fundamental)

Total Harmonic Distortion
% of 5th Harmonic
Fig.5. Harmonic spectrum for 11-level CHBMLI at
mi 0.9149
% of 7th Harmonic
10 % of 11th Harmonic
% of 13th Harmonic modulation index,
% of Low Order Harmonic Distortion

THD (%)

Analytical and Simulation values of THDs for

mi 0.9149

Orders of Analytical Simulation

0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
THD Results Results
Modulation Index

13th 0.00% 0.13%

Fig. 4. Plot of THDs versus modulation index for
11-level CHBMLI 49th 4.04% 4.06%

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