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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 ...
Power converters as natural gyrators
The authors investigate the open-loop gyrator behavior of a class of DC-DC converters that are characterized by double bridges. If the switching frequency of the double bridge converter is high enough with respect to its ...
Inverse dual converter (IDC) for high power DC-DC applications
(IEEE, April 1993)
A family of DC-DC converters suitable for high-power applications is introduced. The inverse dual converter (IDC) is capable of continuous voltage step-up or step-down control over a wide range of and without the need of ...
Topological Variations of the Inverse Dual Converter for High Power DC-DC Applications
DC to DC power converter topologies that are suitable for high-density, high-power supplies are presented. Topological variations on the basic inverse dual converter (IDC) circuit, such as the coupled transformer and the ...