A SERIES RECONFIGURABLE STRUCTURE RESONANT CHOPPER FULLY SOFT-SWITCHED DUAL-ACTIVE-BRIDGE WITH DUAL TANK


C.Selsiya., Dr.S.Vijayabaskar, B.Tamilarasi, M.Pavithra, A.Pushparoshini
Assistant Professor, P.A.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Abstract
Compared to the dual-active-bridge converter, the Double-bridge arrangement thunderous converter (DBSRC) can extend delicate exchanging run. To encourage broaden the soft-switching extend and progress the circuit execution, a modern DBSRC with double tank based on DBSRC is proposed in this paper. This modern converter highlights two thunderous tanks and a tapped transformer, and it can perform superior than the DBSRC by optimized tap coefficient x of the tapped transformer. Its operation guideline, voltage pick up, the soft-switching characteristics, and yield control are analyzed in detail, and compared with the DBSRC. Comes about appear that the pro-posed dual-tank topology has displayed higher voltage pick up, more extensive soft-switching locale, and bigger yield control than the conventional DBSRC when the tap-coefficient x is chosen sensibly. DC-to-DC bidirectional resounding converter to be utilized for bidirectional control exchange applications particularly battery charging discharging applications in electrical vehicles. Its similar to an LLC resonant converter, but on the secondary side of the circuit, an additional inductor and capacitor have been added to make the resonant network symmetric for operation in both forward and backward directions. The switches in the inverting step have zero voltage switching (ZVS). Under ZCS, the rectifier diodes on the secondary side also turn off. ZVS and ZCS reduce losses and enable high-frequency operation, resulting in smaller magnetic elements and filter capacitors, lowering size, weight, and volume while enhancing power density.
Keywords: dual active bridge (DAB), dual-bridge series resonant converter (DBSRC), soft-switching, dual-tank, tapped- transformer, tap-coefficient
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

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Published on : 2022-06-13

Vol : 7
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2022
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