I'm working on a TI renewable energy kit with a F2808 control card. How can I modify the existing project of a three phase inverter to get the single phase inverter? Is it enough to delete the other two phases? (but then it will be a half-bridge, in theory there are 2 pairs of switches for a single phase and 3 pairs of switches for a three phase inverter). Also I would like to implement phase shifting and changing the amplitude of the AC output voltage considering the grid AC voltage (for a power flow purpose between the kit and the grid).
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