So I am having problems simulating a Single Phase AC/DC Dual Converter on LTSpice. At the first converter I am getting the perfect output but when I take the voltage probe from the second converter output I am not getting the expected voltage output.
Frequency is at 60Hz, my load angle of the first converter is 60 deg and load angle of second converter is 120 deg.
Circuit Implemented in LTSpice:
The voltage output V(1) and V(3):
You can see that V(3) waveform has a drop somewhere 5/6th of the way before its actual drop at 360-60=300 deg (13.89e-3 s). It should be a complete inverse of V(1) with its conduction at 120 deg and 300 deg.
I used a Thyristor model from a book called "SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power" by Rashid, below is the sub-circuit:
.SUBCKT SCRMOD 1 2 3 * MODEL A K G (anode, cathode, gate) S1 1 5 6 2 SMOD RG 3 4 50 VX 4 2 DC 0V VY 5 7 DC 0V DT 7 2 DMOD RT 6 2 1 CT 6 2 10UF F1 2 6 POLY(2) VX VY 0 50 11 .MODEL SMOD VSWITCH(RON=0.0125 ROFF=10E+5 VON=0.5V VOFF=0V) .MODEL DMOD D(IS=2.2E-15 BV=1200V TT=0 CJO=0) .ENDS SCRMOD
I'm not sure what exactly is causing the problem on the second converter output. Can I get some help in figuring out what the exact problem is on the second converter? And yes I've done a transient simulation for a longer time, up to 2s but the V(3) output was consistent.
I'm sure I have the correct model, I used a couple other SCR models from online obtained from the littlefuse website but the SCR Model from the book was better in simulating on LTSpice. Any help would be appreciated, Thank you.