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New Partial Resonant Zero Voltage Switching PWM High Frequency Inverter using Induction Heating
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New Partial Resonant Zero Voltage Switching PWM High Frequency Inverter using Induction Heating
Jung, Young-Su; Mun, Sang-Pil; Park, Han-Seok;
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This paper presents a newly proposed prototype of voltage-fed half-bridge partial resonant zero voltage switching PWM inverter operating at a constant frequency variable power regulation scheme, which is more suitable and acceptable for induction heated(IH) cooking appliances. This application-specific high frequency inverter circuit topology using a new generation specially-designed IGBTs can operate under a principle of a fixed frequency ZVS-PWM strategy. The operating principle of a new partial resonant inverter circuit is described on the basis of its computer-aided simulation analysis, its including steady-state operating characteristics.
ZVS-PWM;Induction heated(IH);Asymmetrical PWM;Partial resonant;High frequency inverter;
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