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Modeling and Analysis of an Avionic Battery Discharge Regulator
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2016, pp.1218-1225
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2016.16.3.1218
 Title & Authors
Modeling and Analysis of an Avionic Battery Discharge Regulator
Chen, Qian; Yu, Haihong; Huang, Xiaoming; Lu, Yi; Qiu, Peng; Tong, Kai; Xuan, Jiazhuo; Xu, Feng; Xuan, Xiaohua; Huang, Weibo; Zhang, Yajing;
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 Abstract
The avionic battery discharge regulator (BDR) plays an important role in a power-conditioning unit. With its merits of high efficiency, stable transfer function, and continuous input and output currents, the non-isolated Weinberg converter (NIWC) is suitable for avionic BDR. An improved peak current control strategy is proposed to achieve high current-sharing accuracy. Current and voltage regulators are designed based on a small signal model of a three-module NIWC system. The system with the designed regulators operates stably under any condition and achieves excellent transient response and current-sharing accuracy.
 Keywords
BDR;Current sharing;Modeling;Peak-current mode control;Weinberg;
 Language
English
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