Modeling and Current Programmed Control of a Bidirectional Full Bridge DC-DC Converter

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Modelling of bidirectional full bridge DC-DC converter as one of the most applicable converters has received significant attention. Mathematical modelling reduces the simulation time in comparison with detailed circuit response; moreover it is convenient for controller design purpose. Due to simple and effective methodology, average state space is the most common method among the modelling methods. In this paper a bidirectional full bridge converter is modelled by average state space and for each mode of operations a controller is designed. Attained mathematical model results are in a close agreement with detailed circuit simulation.

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S. Moghaddam, A. Ayatollahi and A. Rahmati, "Modeling and Current Programmed Control of a Bidirectional Full Bridge DC-DC Converter," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 3, 2012, pp. 107-116. doi: 10.4236/epe.2012.43015.

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