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A Novel Dual-Input Boost-Buck Converter with Coupled Inductors for Distributed Thermoelectric Generation Systems
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2015, pp.899-909
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2015.15.4.899
 Title & Authors
A Novel Dual-Input Boost-Buck Converter with Coupled Inductors for Distributed Thermoelectric Generation Systems
Zhang, Junjun; Wu, Hongfei; Sun, Kai; Xing, Yan; Cao, Feng;
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 Abstract
A dual-input boost-buck converter with coupled inductors (DIBBC-CI) is proposed as a thermoelectric generator (TEG) power conditioner with a wide input voltage range. The DIBBC-CI is built by cascading two boost cells and a buck cell with shared inverse coupled filter inductors. Low current ripple on both sides of the TEG and the battery are achieved. Reduced size and power losses of the filter inductors are benefited from the DC magnetic flux cancellation in the inductor core, leading to high efficiency and high power density. The operational principle, impact of coupled inductors, and design considerations for the proposed converter are analyzed in detail. Distributed maximum power point tracking, battery charging, and output control are implemented using a competitive logic to ensure seamless switching among operational modes. Both the simulation and experimental results verify the feasibility of the proposed topology and control.
 Keywords
Boost-buck converter;Coupled inductor;Distributed DC power system;Multi-input converter;
 Language
English
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