There are several families of DC/DC converters comprising hundreds of different topologies. Sorting through the various properties and characteristics is obviously a daunting task. Culled from the pages of the groundbreaking Advanced DC/DC Converters, this book provides a focused, concise overview of more than 50 topologies of multi-quadrant converters. All aspects of these topologies are illustrated through designs developed by the authors through the years. The book begins with multiple-quadrant converters followed by switched component (SC and SI) converters, multiple-lift push-pull switched-capacitor converters, and finally, multiple-quadrant soft-switching converters.Classical DC-DC converters usually perform in single quadrant operation, such as buck converters and Luo-converters. Multiple-quadrant operation is required in industrial applications, e.g., a DC motor running forward and reverse in motoring and regenerative braking states. ... diode current does not become zero before (a) Circuit 1 (c) Circuit 3 FIGURE 1.1 Multiple-quadrant operation Figure 1 Figure 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Advanced Multi-Quadrant Operation DC/DC Converters|
|Author||:||Fang Lin Luo, Hong Ye|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2005-10-31|