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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2018
Analysis and Implementation of a New Single Switch, High Voltage Gain DC-DC Converter with a Wide CCM Operation Range and Reduced Components Voltage Stress
Babak Honarjoo, Seyed M. Madani, Mehdi Niroomand, and Ehsan Adib
Area Low Power Converters
Abstract This paper presents a single switch, high step-up, non-isolated dc-dc converter suitable for renewable energy applications. The proposed converter is composed of a coupled inductor, a passive clamp circuit, a switched capacitor and voltage lift circuits. The passive clamp recovers the leakage inductance energy of the coupled inductor and limits the voltage spike on the switch. The configuration of the passive clamp and switched capacitor circuit increases the voltage gain. A wide continuous conduction mode (CCM) operation range, a low turn ratio for the coupled inductor, low voltage stress on the switch, switch turn on under almost zero current switching (ZCS), low voltage stress on the diodes, leakage inductance energy recovery, high efficiency and a high voltage gain without a large duty cycle are the benefits of this converter. The steady state operation of the converter in the continuous conduction mode (CCM) and discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) is discussed and analyzed. A 200W prototype converter with a 28V input and a 380V output voltage is implemented and tested to verify the theoretical analysis.
Keyword Coupled inductor,High step-up voltage gain,Single switch,Switched capacitor,Low voltage stress
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