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A New High Efficient Bi-directional DC/DC Converter in the Dual Voltage System
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 Title & Authors
A New High Efficient Bi-directional DC/DC Converter in the Dual Voltage System
Lee Su-Won; Lee Seong-Ryong; Jeon Chil-Hwan;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces a new high efficient bi-directional, non-isolated DC/DC converter. Through variations of the topology of the conventional Cuk converter, an optimum bi-directional DC/DC converter is proposed. Voltage and current in the proposed DC/DC converter are continuous. Furthermore, the efficiency in both step-up and step-down mode is improved over that of the conventional bi-directional converter. To prove the validation for the proposed converter, simulations and experiments are executed with a 300W bi-directional converter.
 Keywords
Bi-directional DC/DC Converter;High efficient;Topology variation;Non-isolation DC/DC converter;
 Language
English
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