In this paper, a new closed loop hybrid phase shift control is proposed for dual active bridge (DAB) converter with variable input voltage. The extended phase shift (EPS) control is applied when load gets heavy enough and the secondary side phase shift angle decreases to zero. When this modified DAB converter operates at light loads, the triple phase shift (TPS) modulation method is applied, and the added control freedom is the secondary phase shift angle between the two-secondary side switching legs. The hybrid phase shift control (HPS) scheme is a combination of EPS and TPS modulations, and it provides a very simple closed form implementation for the primary and secondary side phase shift angles. Depending on the application by changing the phase shift angles we can achieve Buck or Boost operation. A characteristic table feedback control method has been used for closed loop operation. By using 1D look up table the proposed DAB converter provides constant 400V for any given input voltage.
This paper proposes a new technique for a voltage source multilevel inverter (MLI) with reduced switch count, and it creates a smoother sinusoidal output waveform with reduced total harmonic distortion (THD). Therefore, the proposed technique identifies a better position in the list of multilevel converters used for power quality conditioners. Semiconducting devices are added to it if the number of levels increases. In this work, the topology of MLI with reduced number of switches is presented. A new MLI is proposed with lower number of switches and sources in order to achieve higher level. The proposed topology is framed out with the combination of three half bridge and a single H-bridge configuration. Detailed simulation results for 15-level inverter of single and three phase inverters are presented in this paper. Three phase 15-level inverter is developed by employing three isolated different renewable sources and 21 switches.
The objective of this paper is to provide an uninterruptable power supply to the customers by selecting the supply from various reliable power sources such as solar photovoltaic, AC mains and battery storage systems. Initially, the load gets power supply from the reliable source (such as solar photovoltaic), if in case it is unavailable, then the proposed modules automatically switch over to the next reliable source (such as AC mains), and so on. If in case all proposed renewable energy sources (RESs) are unavailable than the proposed mod-ule automatically switch over to the local grid supply, if suppose the local grid supply is also unavailable then the proposed module au-tomatically switch over to the power storage bank. Therefore, the proposed intelligent/smart power module can improve the system per-formance and efficiency. The programming instruction of controller, the relay driver switches appropriate relay of sources to maintain uninterruptable power supply to the proposed utility of capacity 0.1kW. The proposed back-up system gets charged from the available reliable RESs with no pollution and noise, and it can also reduce the electricity bill. The proposed intelligent power module functions are displayed on LCD, it has been designed and analyzed in real time environment.
<span>This paper presents the design and operation of three-stage buck-boost converter with high gain soft switching using closed loop proportional integral (PI) controller. The proposed converter is designed by arranging three identical buck-boost converters working in parallel. The converter units are connected to each other by an inductor as a bridge. This inductor plays a vital role in soft switching operation of converter by maintaining the voltage applied to switches at zero voltage at switching intervals, i.e., the zero-voltage switching (ZVS). The closed-loop system is designed by PI controller, and it maintains the output constant irrespective of changes in input, and the system becomes stable. The proposed converter is efficient in reducing switching losses, leading to improved converter efficiency. Due to parallel operation of three identical converters, the output voltage and input current contain fewer ripples than those of a single converter with same specifications. Proposed converter is more economical and reliable with simpler structure as it utilizes only two inductors as extra elements. The design and analysis of proposed circuit has been carried out in MATLAB Simulink by operating the circuit in various modes.</span>
The demand for electricity is increasing day-by-day and frequent power cuts is causing many problems in various areas such as household, domestic, farms, etc. Due to limited amount of power generation at power station and due to shortage of non-renewable sources, uninterruptible power supply being a biggest challenge in the entire world. In this paper, a smart emergency light is designed, developed and tested for use it in various applications such as home, industries, agricultural sector and shops, etc. The developed energy lamp has no running cost and has low initial cost. The main objective of this work is to provide the smart emergency light with solar power to the farmers. This work will help the farmers in many ways such as protecting the fields from yield animals. It can also be used as emergency light and entertainment, etc. The main applications of this work is that it can used as FM radio, USB charging, music by memory card, mini fan, torch light, etc. This can also be controlled by remote. The battery can be used for all these applications. This battery can be charged by two ways using solar energy and AC mains supply. The developed lamp is tested in the real time environment.
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