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Capacitively Coupled Converter (C3) for HighPower DC-DC Conversion
The capacitive coupled converter for high-power voltage source DC-DC applications is described. Its steady-state and dynamic behavior are analyzed theoretically and by computer simulation. Factors affecting its operation ...
Inverse Dual Converter (IDC) for High Power DC-DC Applications
The inverse dual converter (IDC), suitable for high-power DC-DC conversion applications, is presented. The IDC is a voltage source converter with an AC link and has been derived from an inductor converter bridge. This ...
Analysis of inductor-converter bridge by means of state-space averaging technique (superconducting magnet energy storage)
The time-averaged behavior of an inductor-converter bridge (ICB) circuit has been analyzed using a state-space averaging technique. The application of the state-space averaging technique to the ICB circuit analysis is ...
Time-Averaged Behaviors of Single and Dual Flying Capacitor Converters
(Taylor and Francis Online, 1989)
The Single Flying Capacitor Converter (SFCC) and Dual Flying Capacitor Converter (DFCC) are two-quadrant power supplies for energy storage and transfer systems. They have applications in nuclear research and pulsed power ...
Capacitor coupled converter (C3) for high power DC conversion
The bang-bang controlled capacitor coupled converter (C<sup>3</sup>) is described in this paper. Due to the converter's inherent commutating property, the C<sup>3</sup> can accommodate thyristors as well as high-power gate ...