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Multiple-Load Induction Cooking Application with Three-Leg Inverter Configuration
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 15, Issue 5,  2015, pp.1392-1401
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2015.15.5.1392
 Title & Authors
Multiple-Load Induction Cooking Application with Three-Leg Inverter Configuration
Sharath Kumar, P.; Vishwanathan, N.; Murthy, Bhagwan K.;
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 Abstract
Inverter configurations for multiple-load induction cooking applications need development. Inverter configurations for induction cooking applications are used in home appliances based on single coil inverters. For multiple-load configurations, multiple coils are used. They require proper inverters, which provide independent control for each load and have fewer components. This paper presents a three-leg inverter configuration for three load induction cooking applications. Each induction coil powers one induction cooking load. This configuration operates with constant switching frequency and powers individual loads. The output power of the required load is controlled with a phase-shift control technique. This configuration is simulated and experimentally tested with three induction loads. The simulation and experimental results are in good agreement. This configuration can be extended to more loads.
 Keywords
Induction cooking;Multiple-loads;Phase shift control;
 Language
English
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