2019
DOI: 10.3390/en12203921
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Abstract: This paper proposes the modeling and design of a controller for an inductive power transfer (IPT) system with a semi-bridgeless active rectifier (S-BAR). This system consists of a double-sided Inductor-Capacitor-Capacitor (LCC) compensation network and an S-BAR, and maintains a constant output voltage under load variation through the operation of the rectifier switches. Accurate modeling is essential to design a controller with good performance. However, most of the researches on S-BAR have focused on the cont… Show more

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“…Based on the twisting algorithm [35], the design still included the above two steps, ( 6) and ( 7), i.e., a sliding surface and a continuous control law. For the former, the sliding surface was still chosen to be the same as (6), while the control law u was generally designed as…”
Section: Controller Design Of Twisting Algorithmmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Based on the twisting algorithm [35], the design still included the above two steps, ( 6) and ( 7), i.e., a sliding surface and a continuous control law. For the former, the sliding surface was still chosen to be the same as (6), while the control law u was generally designed as…”
Section: Controller Design Of Twisting Algorithmmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In order to improve the steady performance of the converter system, the original sliding surface in (6) was improved by introducing the integral term of the state x 1 , i.e.,…”
Section: Design Of Sliding Surfacementioning
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“…The input to the AC-DC conversion stage is a sinusoidal current, and a boost rectifier circuit is selected for this work to ensure operation in continuous current mode (CCM) [22]. In particular, a symmetrical bridgeless boost rectifier topology was selected, as it provides reduced control complexity and a lesser number of active semiconductor devices per conduction path [67][68][69]. Nevertheless, the conventional model utilizes an inductor in the AC signal path, which adds to the value of the series compensation inductor, L cs , and disturbs the resonance condition.…”
Section: Rectifier Design and Controlmentioning
confidence: 99%