Pulse TrainTM control scheme is presented and applied to a boost integrated flyback rectifier/energy storage dc-dc (BIFRED) converter operating in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM), which avoids the light-load high-voltage stress problem. In contrast to the conventional control techniques, the principal idea of Pulse Train technique is to regulate the output voltage using a series of high and low energy pulses generated by the current of the inductor. The applicability of the proposed technique to both the input and magnetizing inductances of BIFRED converter is investigated. Analysis of BIFRED converter operating in DCM as well as the output voltage ripple estimation are given. Experimental results on a prototype converter are also presented.
M. Ferdowsi et al., "Suitability of Pulse Train Control Technique for BIFRED Converter," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 181-189, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2005.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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BIFRED Converter; DC-DC Power Convertors; Boost Integrated Flyback Rectifier/Energy Storage DC-DC Converter; Discontinuous Conduction Mode (DCM); Energy Pulses; Inductor Current; Light-Load High-Voltage Stress Problem; Magnetizing Inductances; Output Voltage Regulation; Pulse Train Control; Rectifying Circuits; Voltage Control; Voltage Ripple Estimation; Capacitor Storage; Diodes; Electric Currents; Electric Inductors; Electric Potential; Switches; Pulse Train Control Technique; Power Converters
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