A Multiport DC-DC Converter with High Voltage Gain
A family of non-isolated high-voltage-gain dc-dc power electronic converters is proposed. The suggested topologies can be used as multiport converters and draw continuous current from two input sources. They can also draw continuous current from a single source in an interleaved manner. This versatility makes them appealing in renewable applications such as solar farms. The proposed converters can easily achieve a gain of 20 while benefiting from a continuous input current. Such a converter can individually link a PV panel to a 400-Vdc bus. The design and component selection procedures are presented. A 400-W prototype of the proposed converter with Vin=20 V and Vout=400 V has been developed to validate analytical results.
V. A. Prabhala et al., "A Multiport DC-DC Converter with High Voltage Gain," Proceedings of the 36th Annual International Telecommunications Energy Conference (2014, Vancouver, Canada), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Oct 2014.
36th Annual International Telecommunications Energy Conference (2014: Sep. 28-Oct. 2, Vancouver, Canada)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Amplification; DC-DC Converters; Gain Measurement; Photovoltaic Cells; Power Converters; Analytical Results; Component Selection; Continuous Input; DC-DC Power; High Voltage Gain; Input Sources; Multi-Port DC-DC Converters; Single Source; HVDC Power Transmission
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01 Oct 2014