Power Factor Correction Using Projected Cross Point Control (PCPC)
Projected cross point control (PCPC) is a new current-mode control approach which has been recently introduced. The PCPC method benefits from the advantages of traditional fixed-frequency and variable-frequency current-mode control methods. For instance, while PCPC is a fixed-frequency approach, it is stable for the entire range of the duty cycle similar to the variable-frequency hysteresis current-mode control (HCMC) scheme. In this paper, PCPC is used as the control strategy in a power factor correction (PFC) application. The results are compared with PFC methods based on the peak current-mode control (PCMC) and average current-mode control (ACMC) techniques.
S. M. Khazraei et al., "Power Factor Correction Using Projected Cross Point Control (PCPC)," Proceedings of the 2nd Annual IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (2010, Atlanta, GA), pp. 2055-2059, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Sep 2010.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/ECCE.2010.5618088
2nd Annual IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (2010: Sep. 12-16, Atlanta, GA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Average Current-Mode Control; Control Strategies; Current Mode Control; Duty Cycles; Frequency Approach; Frequency Current; Hysteresis Current; Peak-Current-Mode Control; Power Factor Corrections; Projected Cross Point Control; Electric Power Factor; Energy Conversion; Power Converters; Power Factor Correction
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01 Sep 2010