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E. Babaei, H. Feyzi, R. Gholizadeh-Roshanagh,
Volume 13, Issue 4 (12-2017)

In this paper, a generalized buck-boost Z-H converter based on switched inductors is proposed. This structure consists of a set of series connected switched-inductor cells. The voltage conversion ratio of the proposed structure is adjusted by changing the number of cells and the duty cycle. Like the conventional Z-H converter, the shoot-through switching state and the diode before LC network are eliminated. The proposed converter can provide high voltage gain in low duty cycles. Considering different values for duty cycle, the proposed structure works in two operating zones. In the first operating zone, it works as a buck-boost converter and in the second operating zone, it works as a boost converter. In this paper, a complete analysis of the proposed converter is presented. In order to confirm the accuracy of mathematic calculations, the simulations results by using PSCAD/EMTDC software are given.

H. Shayeghi, S. Pourjafar, F. Sedaghati,
Volume 17, Issue 2 (6-2021)

This work introduces a new non-isolated buck-boost DC-DC converter. Interleaved configuration of the suggested structure increases the voltage conversion ratio. The voltage rate of the suggested converter can be stepped-up and stepped down for lower values of duty-cycle, which causes to decrease in the conduction losses of the system. The voltage conversion ratio of the recommended structure is provided with low maximum voltage throughout the semiconductor elements. Additionally, utilizing only one power switch facilitates converter control. Using a single power MOSFET with small conducting resistance, RDS-ON, increases the overall efficiency of the recommended topology. To verify the performance of the presented converter, technical description, mathematical survey, and comparison investigation with similar structures are provided in the literature. Finally, a laboratory scheme with a 100W load power rate at 50 kHz switching frequency is carried out to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed converter.

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