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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 3, May 2018
Modeling, Dynamic Analysis and Control Design of Full-Bridge LLC Resonant Converters with Sliding-Mode and PI Control Scheme
Kai Zheng, Guodong Zhang, Dongfang Zhou, Jianbing Li, and Shaofeng Yin
Area Analysis, Modeling and Control
Abstract In this paper, a sliding mode and proportional plus integral (SM-PI) control combined with self-sustained phase shift modulation (SSPSM) for LLC resonant converters is presented. The proposed control scheme improves the transient response while preserving good steady-state performance. An averaged large signal model of an LLC converter with the ZVS modulation technique is developed for the SM control design. The sliding surface is obtained based on the input-output linearization concept. A system identification method is adopted to obtain the transform function of the LLC resonant converter, which is used to design the PI control. In order to reduce the inherent chattering problem in the steady state, the combined SM-PI control strategy is derived with fuzzy control, where the SM control is responsive during the transient state while the PI control prevails in the steady state. The combination of SSPSM and the SM-PI control provides ZVS operation, robustness and a fast transient response against step load variations. Simulation and experimental results validate the theoretical analysis and the attractive features of the proposed scheme.
Keyword LLC resonant converter,Phase shift modulation,Proportional plus integral control,Sliding mode control,Transient response,Zero voltage switching
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