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Buck-Boost Interleaved Inverter Configuration for Multiple-Load Induction Cooking Application
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 Title & Authors
Buck-Boost Interleaved Inverter Configuration for Multiple-Load Induction Cooking Application
Sharath Kumar, P.; Vishwanathan, N.; Bhagwan, K. Murthy;
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 Abstract
Induction cooking application with multiple loads need high power inverters and appropriate control techniques. This paper proposes an inverter configuration with buck-boost converter for multiple load induction cooking application with independent control of each load. It uses one half-bridge for each load. For a given dc supply of , one more is derived using buck-boost converter giving as the input to each half-bridge inverter. Series resonant loads are connected between the centre point of and each half-bridge. The output voltage across each load is like that of a full-bridge inverter. In the proposed configuration, half of the output power is supplied to each load directly from the source and remaining half of the output power is supplied to each load through buck-boost converter. With buck-boost converter, each half-bridge inverter output power is increased to a full-bridge inverter output power level. Each half-bridge is operated with constant and same switching frequency with asymmetrical duty cycle (ADC) control technique. By ADC, output power of each load is independently controlled. This configuration also offers reduced component count. The proposed inverter configuration is simulated and experimentally verified with two loads. Simulation and experimental results are in good agreement. This configuration can be extended to multiple loads.
 Keywords
Series resonant inverter;Buck-boost converter;Induction heating;Asymmetrical duty cycle control;
 Language
English
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