Affordable Access

A high efficient integrated planar transformer for primary-parallel isolated boost converters

Authors
Publisher
IEEE
Publication Date
Keywords
  • A Simple
  • Easy To Manufacture And High Efficient Integrated Planar Transformer Design Approach For Primary Par
  • Utilizing The Same Phase Flux Flow
  • Transformers Are Integrated
  • Reducing The Total Ferrite Volume And Core Loss For The Same Peak Flux Density
  • Number Of Turns Is Minimized For Easy Manufacturing By Cascade Placement Of Planar Cores Increasing
  • Ac Losses In The Windings As Well As The Leakage Inductance Of The Transformer Are Kept Low By Exten
  • The Idea Of Transformer Integration Is Further Extended To Multiple Primary Power Stages Using Modul
  • Further Reducing The Core Loss And Allowing A Higher Power Density
  • To Verify The Validity Of The Design Approach
  • A 4-Kw Prototype Converter With Two Primary Power Stages Is Implemented For A Fuel Cell Fed Battery
  • Input Inductors Are Coupled For Current Sharing
  • Eliminating The Use Of Current Sharing Transformers
  • An Efficiency Of 94% Is Achieved During Nominal Operating Condition Where The Input Is 70-V And The

Abstract

A high efficient integrated planar transformer for primary-parallel isolated boost converters - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) A high efficient integrated planar transformer for primary-parallel isolated boost converters - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) Sen, G, Ouyang, Z, Thomsen, OC, Andersen, MAE & Møller, L 2010, 'A high efficient integrated planar transformer for primary-parallel isolated boost converters'. in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition. IEEE, pp. 4605-4610., http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ECCE.2010.5618405

There are no comments yet on this publication. Be the first to share your thoughts.