Power Loss Analysis Model of a Dc-Dc Buck-Boost Converter with an Interfaced Three Phase Inverter for Medium Voltage Application
Crescent Onyebuchi Omeje
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Crescent Onyebuchi Omeje: Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2019, vol. 9, issue 8, 100-115
This paper presents a comprehensive mathematical modelling of a DC to DC Buck-Boost converter. The different power losses associated with the Buck-Boost circuit are also presented. Analysis of the converter power loss is graphically represented at varied duty cycles and load resistance values. A low frequency pulse width modulated inverter is interfaced with the Buck-Boost converter using MATLAB/SIMULINK. For an efficient performance and attenuation of low order harmonics, the low frequency pulse width modulated inverter is substituted with a high frequency pulse width modulated voltage source inverter. A comparison is therefore drawn to show the significant change in the percentage harmonic reduction of the two different frequency modulations. All simulation results are achieved using MATLAB 7.14 version. The simulation results however show that Mosfet switching loss decreases with an increase in the duty cycle whereas Diode and Inductor conduction losses increase with an increase in the duty cycle values.
Keywords: Buck-boost converter; Duty cycle; Power losses; Efficiency; Voltage source inverter; Pulse width modulation; MATLAB simulation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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