Programmable Topology Derivation and Analysis of Integrated Three-Port DC-DC Converters with Reduced Switches for Low-Cost Applications
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- IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2019, 66 (9), pp. 6649 - 6660
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© 1982-2012 IEEE. Thanks to the favorable advantage of low cost, integrated three-port dc-dc converters with reduced switches have attracted extensive attention. In order to provide more new topologies, this paper aims to propose a programmable topology derivation method, which effectively simplifies the cumbersome process of the conventional combination method. Instead of the manual connection and examination, the proposed alternative can quickly and rigorously derive multiple viable integrated three-port dc-dc topologies from a great number of possible connections with the aid of computer program. Besides, generalized analysis is also accomplished, with which performance characteristics of all derived converters are simultaneously obtained and then a comprehensive comparison can be easily conducted to select a preferred one for the practical application. Finally, an example-specific application with one input and two outputs is given, with topology selection, design, and experimental results demonstrated in detail.
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