Bidirectional Current-Fed CLLC Resonant Converter Employing Asymmetric PWM
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- Bidirectional Current-Fed CLLC Resonant Converter Employing Asymmetric PWM
- Park, Hwa-Pyeong; Kim, Mina; Jung, Jee-Hoon
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- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ENERGY CONVERSION
- A power systems of wearable application requires high power conversion efficiency and bidirectional power flows to obtain the compatibility with various power sources and loads. The conventional flyback converter has a simple structure and bidirectional power conversion capability. However, it shows poor power conversion efficiency caused by hard-switching operation, high DC offset current on the transformer, snubber losses, and large peak current. In this paper, a current-fed CLLC resonant converter is proposed to obtain the high power conversion efficiency and the bidirectional power conversion capability. The soft-switching operation, zero DC-offset current, and small peak current can induce high power conversion efficiency. The asymmetric pulse width modulation (APWM) regulates the bidirectional power flows and the output voltage. The design methodology of the proposed converter is analyzed by introducing its operational principles. The performance of the proposed converter is experimentally verified with a 20 W prototype.
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