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نتایج جستجو برای Transformerless buck-boost converter

تعداد نتایج: 23513  
Journal: :IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics 2016
Shan Miao, Faqiang Wang, Xikui Ma,

A new transformerless buck–boost converterwith simple structure is proposed in this study. Comparedwith the traditional buck–boost converter, the proposedbuck–boost converter’s voltage gain is squared times of theformer’s and its output voltage polarity is positive. Theseadvantages enable it to work in a wider range of positiveoutput. The two power switches of the proposed buck–boost converter ...

2014
Maheswaran,

Single-Stage transformerless AC/DC converter received much attention in the universal line application. Unlike the existing converters a new high step-down transformerless single-stage single-switch AC/DC converter is proposed. The topology integrates a buck-buck-boost converter with low intermediate bus and output voltage. The converter utilizes a buck converter as a PFC cell and buck-boost co...

2014
Ms. M. Ammal Dhanalakshmi, Ashly Mary Tom, M. Sasikumar,

This paper proposes a three phase transformerless AC/AC converter which can perform both buck and boost operations based on the voltage requirements. This AC/AC converter is mainly proposed for the three phase induction motor drives with the intention to reduce the high inrush current of the conventional motor used in industrial applications. The merits of the proposed AC/AC converter can be un...

In this paper, a new embedded Z-H (EZ-H) buck-boost converter is proposed. In this topology, two identical dc voltage sources are embedded in a LC network in a series connection with the inductors. The proposed converter eliminates the shoot-through (ST) switching state and there is no need for a front-end diode. Other advantages of the proposed topology are having capability of buck and boost ...

In this paper, a generalized buck-boost Z-H converter based on switched inductors is proposed. This structure consists of a set of series connected switched-inductor cells. The voltage conversion ratio of the proposed structure is adjusted by changing the number of cells and the duty cycle. Like the conventional Z-H converter, the shoot-through switching state and the diode before LC network ar...

2013
K. Sreedevi,

Most mobile equipments use battery as power source. The increasing use of low voltage portable devices and growing requirements of functionalities embedded into such devices. Thus an efficient power management technique is needed for longer battery life for them. Given the highly variable nature of batteries systems often require supply voltages to be both higher and lower than the battery. Thi...

In this paper, a new structure for buck-boost Z-source converter based on Z-H topology is proposed. The proposed converter consists of two LC networks similar to the conventional Z-source and Z-H converters. One of the characteristics of the proposed structure is that, without any changing in its’ power circuit, it can be used in different conversions such as dc/dc, dc/ac and ac/ac. This unique...

2014
Priyanka Srivastava,

Different types of controlling methods are used in switched mode dc-dc converters and the controller which is simple and of low cost is always in demand. The different controllers used are PI controller, PID controller and Fuzzy logic controller. PI and PID controllers do not give good performance in non linear conditions. Fuzzy logic controller is a non linear controller which do not need exac...

Journal: :IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics 2015
Xueshan Liu, Jianping Xu, Zhangyong Chen, Nan Wang,

In this paper a single-inductor dual-output (SIDO) buck-boost PFC converter operating in critical conduction mode (CRM) is proposed. By multiplexing a single inductor, each output of SIDO buck-boost converter can be regulated independently. Compared with conventional two-stage multiple output converter, SIDO buck-boost PFC converter benefits from significant overall cost saving, small size and ...

2014
Sree Renga Raja,

Design, Simulation and experimental analysis of closed loop time domain based Discrete PWM buck-boost converter are described. To improve the transient response and dynamic stability of the proposed converter, Discrete PID controller is the most preferable one. Discrete controller does not require any precise analytical model of the system to be controlled. The control system of the converter i...