Methodologies for the design of LCC voltage-output resonant converters

Foster, M P and Sewell, H I and Bingham, Chris and Stone, D and Howe, D (2006) Methodologies for the design of LCC voltage-output resonant converters. IEE Proceedings on Electrical Power Applications, 153 (4). pp. 559-567. ISSN 1751-8660

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Methodologies for the design of LCC voltage-output resonant converters
Abstract: The paper presents five structured design methodologies for third-order LCC voltageoutput resonant converters. The underlying principle of each technique is based on an adaptation of a FMA equivalent circuit that accommodates the nonlinear behaviour of the converter. In contrast to previously published methods, the proposed methodologies explicitly incorporate the effects of the transformer magnetising inductance. Furthermore, a number of the methodologies allow the resonant-tank components to be specified at the design phase, thereby facilitating the use of standard off-the-shelf components. A procedure for sizing the filter capacitor is derived, and the use of error mapping, to identify parameter boundaries and provide the designer with a qualitative feel for the accuracy of a proposed converter design, is explored.
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Abstract: The paper presents five structured design methodologies for third-order LCC voltage output resonant converters. The underlying principle of each technique is based on an adaptation of a FMA equivalent circuit that accommodates the nonlinear behaviour of the converter. In contrast to previously published methods, the proposed methodologies explicitly incorporate the effects of the transformer magnetising inductance. Furthermore, a number of the methodologies allow the resonant-tank components to be specified at the design phase, thereby facilitating the use
of standard off-the-shelf components. A procedure for sizing the filter capacitor is derived, and the use of error mapping, to identify parameter boundaries and provide the designer with a qualitative
feel for the accuracy of a proposed converter design, is explored.

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Additional Information:Abstract: The paper presents five structured design methodologies for third-order LCC voltage output resonant converters. The underlying principle of each technique is based on an adaptation of a FMA equivalent circuit that accommodates the nonlinear behaviour of the converter. In contrast to previously published methods, the proposed methodologies explicitly incorporate the effects of the transformer magnetising inductance. Furthermore, a number of the methodologies allow the resonant-tank components to be specified at the design phase, thereby facilitating the use of standard off-the-shelf components. A procedure for sizing the filter capacitor is derived, and the use of error mapping, to identify parameter boundaries and provide the designer with a qualitative feel for the accuracy of a proposed converter design, is explored.
Keywords:Resonant converter
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2323
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