Analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters

Ang, Y and Foster, M P and Bingham, Chris and Stone, D A and Sewell, H I and Howe, D (2004) Analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters. Institute of Electrical Engineering Journal of Electric Power Applications, 151 (2). pp. 169-181. ISSN 0013-5194

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Analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters
Abstract: A methodology is presented for the high-speed, steady state analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters. Both current-output and voltage-output variants are considered. Statevariable dynamic descriptions of the circuits are derived and subsequently employed to rapidly determine the steady-state cyclic behaviour and the voltage and current characteristics of the resonant-tankand output-filter, and to estimate the voltage and current stresses on resonant components. Simulated and experimental results for two prototype 4th-order converters (inductive and capacitive output variants) confirm that the accuracy of the model is comparable with SPICE simulations, while requiring less than 104 of the computational time.
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Abstract: A methodology is presented for the high-speed, steady state analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters. Both current-output and voltage-output variants are considered. Statevariable dynamic descriptions of the circuits are derived and subsequently employed to rapidly
determine the steady-state cyclic behaviour and the voltage and current characteristics of the resonant-tankand output-filter, and to estimate the voltage and current stresses on resonant components. Simulated and experimental results for two prototype 4th-order converters (inductive
and capacitive output variants) confirm that the accuracy of the model is comparable with SPICE simulations, while requiring less than 104 of the computational time.

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Additional Information:Abstract: A methodology is presented for the high-speed, steady state analysis of 4th-order LCLC resonant power converters. Both current-output and voltage-output variants are considered. Statevariable dynamic descriptions of the circuits are derived and subsequently employed to rapidly determine the steady-state cyclic behaviour and the voltage and current characteristics of the resonant-tankand output-filter, and to estimate the voltage and current stresses on resonant components. Simulated and experimental results for two prototype 4th-order converters (inductive and capacitive output variants) confirm that the accuracy of the model is comparable with SPICE simulations, while requiring less than 104 of the computational time.
Keywords:Resonant power conversion
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2331
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Deposited On:22 Apr 2010 17:35
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