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The Topology of Novel Soft Switching Boost Rectifier
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The Topology of Novel Soft Switching Boost Rectifier
Heo, Young-Hwan; Mun, Sang-Pil; Kim, Young-Mun; Park, Han-Seok;
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This paper has proposed a new boost rectifier. Adequate input current was obtained by keeping the duty ratio constant without complicated conventional control methods and the improvement of the waveform was increased. With a decrease of distortion up to 12.9[%], the scope of restriction on harmonics was set to 13.0[%]( harmonics), 1.1[%]( harmonics) and 0.6[%]( harmonics), respectively. Because complicated methods of control are avoided, the circuit configuration is simple and practical. In particular, the said effect turned out to be highly efficient in the low boosting ratio range(boosting ratio$({\alpha})
Input Current Waveform Improvement;Boost Rectifier;Restraint of Distortion;Highly Efficient;Harmonic Regulation Range;
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