I'm not sure if I really should include flyback diodes or if the body diodes of the Mosfets is enough for a three-phase inverter, used for motor control. The Mosfets I planned to use are the following:
The Mosfet is specified for 29A, but I will limit the current to 7A. The PWM frequency will be 25kHz. As far as I can see, the recovery time is fast enough such that it can act as a flyback diode and also the continous current seems with 3.5A to be enough for 7A continous, since the diode will not be always on and the current will drop fast.
Do you think the body diode is enough for this application or should I include schottky diodes as flyback diodes or even take Mosfets with body diodes with higher current ratings?