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Quasi-Square Wave Mode Phase-Shifted PWM LCC Resonant Converter for Regulated Power Supply

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ABSTRACT

This paper presents an improved self sustained oscillating controller circuit using LCC components for improving the overall efficiency of the system. It has a micro controller based active controller, which controls the performance from no-load up to full-load. The steady state characteristics are developed and a design example is given in detail. The proposed controller allows zero current switching at any loading condition which results in a reasonable reduction of power loss during switching with a promising efficiency. Analytical and experimental results verify the achievement the design specifications.

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S. PADMANABHAN, Y. SUKHI and Y. JEYASHREE, "Quasi-Square Wave Mode Phase-Shifted PWM LCC Resonant Converter for Regulated Power Supply," Engineering, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2009, pp. 201-210. doi: 10.4236/eng.2009.13024.

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