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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 3, May 2018
Analysis of Z-Source Inverters in Wireless Power Transfer Systems and Solutions for Accidental Shoot-Through State
Tianfeng Wang, Xin Liu, Nan Jin, Dianguang Ma, Xijun Yang, Houjun Tang, Muhammad Ali, and Khurram Hashmi
Area Other Applications
Abstract Wireless power transfer (WPT) technology has been the focus of a lot of research due to its safety and convenience. The Z-source inverter (ZSI) was introduced into WPT systems to realize improved system performance. The ZSI regulates the dc-rail voltage in WPT systems without front-end converters and makes the inverter bridge immune to shoot-through states. However, when the WPT system is combined with a ZSI, the system parameters must be configured to prevent the ZSI from entering an ¡°accidental shoot-through¡± (AST) state. This state can increase the THD and decrease system power and efficiency. This paper presents a mathematical analysis for the characteristics of a WPT system and a ZSI while addressing the causes of the AST state. To deal with this issue, the impact of the system parameters on the output are analyzed under two control algorithms and the primary compensation capacitance range is derived in detail. To validate the analysis, both simulations and experiments are carried out and the obtained results are presented.
Keyword Accidental shoot-through,Parameter design,Wireless power transfer,Z-source inverter
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