The pulse regulation control scheme is presented and applied to the boost integrated flyback rectifier/energy storage dc/dc (BIFRED) converter as the most popular member of the integrated high-quality rectifier-regulators (IHQRR). In contrast to the conventional control techniques, the principal idea of pulse regulation is to regulate the output voltage using a series of high- and low-power pulses generated by the current of the input inductor, which is operating in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM). Analysis of the BIFRED converter operating in DCM is presented. Fundamentals of pulse regulation as well as its stability analysis and the estimation of the output voltage ripple are introduced. Experimental results on a prototype converter are also presented to validate the analytical and simulation results.
M. Ferdowsi and A. Emadi, "Pulse Regulation Control Technique for Integrated High-Quality Rectifier-Regulators," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 116-124, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Feb 2005.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/TIE.2004.841105
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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AC-DC Power Convertors; DC-DC Power Converter; DC-DC Power Convertors; Boost Integrated Flyback Rectifier; Digital Control; Discontinuous Conduction Mode (DCM); Energy Storage; Energy Storage Converter; Inductors; Integrated High-Quality Rectifier; Prototype Converter; Pulse Regulation Control; Rectifying Circuits; Regulators; Switch-Mode Power Supplies; Switched Mode Power Supplies; Voltage Control; Voltage Regulation; Voltage Ripple Estimation; AC/DC Power Converters; Boost Integrated Flyback Rectifier/Energy Storage DC/DC (BIFRED) Converter; DC/DC Power Converters; Integrated High-Quality Rectifier-Regulators; Simulation; Stability
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01 Feb 2005