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Design considerations for high-voltage high-power full-bridge zero-voltage-switched PWM converter

- J. Sabate, V. Vlatkovic, R. Ridley, F. Lee, B. Cho
- Engineering
- Fifth Annual Proceedings on Applied Power…
- 11 March 1990

A steady-state analysis is presented with complete characterization of the converter operation. A small-signal model of the converter is established. The design procedures based on the analysis are… Expand

Small-signal analysis of the phase-shifted PWM converter

- V. Vlatkovic, J. Sabate, R. Ridley, F. Lee, B. Cho
- Engineering
- 1992

The specific circuit effects in the phase-shifted PWM (PS-PWM) converter and their impact on the converter dynamics are analyzed. The small-signal model is derived incorporating the effects of… Expand

Zero-voltage and zero-current-switching full bridge PWM converter for high power applications

- Jung-Goo Cho, J. Sabate, G. Hua, F. Lee
- Engineering
- Proceedings of Power Electronics Specialist…
- 20 June 1994

A novel zero-voltage and zero-current-switching (ZVZCS) full bridge (FB) PWM converter is proposed. The new converter overcomes the limitations of the ZVS-FB-PWM converter such as high circulating… Expand

An Efficient Partial Power Processing DC/DC Converter for Distributed PV Architectures

- M. Agamy, M. Harfman-Todorovic, +6 authors F. Mueller
- Engineering
- IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
- 1 February 2014

In this paper, a dc/dc power converter for distributed photovoltaic (PV) plant architectures is presented. The proposed converter has the advantages of simplicity, high efficiency, and low cost. High… Expand

High-voltage, high-power, ZVS, full-bridge PWM converter employing an active snubber

- J. Sabate, V. Vlatkovic, R. Ridley, F. Lee
- Physics
- [Proceedings] APEC '91: Sixth Annual Applied…
- 10 March 1991

The authors present the analysis, design, and applications of a high-voltage, high-power, zero-voltage switched (ZVS), full-bridge (FB) pulse-width-modulated (PWM) converter with an active snubber in… Expand

A comparative study of central and distributed MPPT architectures for megawatt utility and large scale commercial photovoltaic plants

- A. Elasser, M. Agamy, J. Sabate, R. Steigerwald, R. Fisher, M. Harfman-Todorovic
- Engineering
- IECON - 36th Annual Conference on IEEE…
- 23 December 2010

In this paper different distributed PV architectures are studied from an energy yield perspective. These distributed architectures are applied to massively paralleled thin film plants employing high… Expand

Constant-frequency, zero-voltage-switched, clamped-mode parallel-resonant converter

- Fu-sheng Tsai, J. Sabate, F. Lee
- Materials Science
- Conference Proceedings., Eleventh International…
- 15 October 1989

The DC behavior of a constant-frequency, clamped-mode parallel-resonant converter operating above resonant frequency is characterized. The converter is shown to be able to operate with zero-voltage… Expand

Analysis and design-optimization of LCC resonant inverter for high-frequency AC distributed power system

- J. Sabate, M. Jovanovic, F. Lee, R. Gean
- Engineering, Computer Science
- IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron.
- 1 February 1995

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Ripple current cancellation circuit

- M. Schutten, R. Steigerwald, J. Sabate
- Physics
- Eighteenth Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics…
- 19 February 2003

A ripple current cancellation technique injects AC current into the output voltage bus of a converter that is equal and opposite to the normal converter ripple current. The output current ripple is… Expand

Analysis and control of phase-shifted series resonant converter operating in discontinuous mode

- Y. Singh, K. Viswanathan, R. Naik, J. Sabate, R. Lai
- Engineering
- Twenty-Eighth Annual IEEE Applied Power…
- 17 March 2013

DC-DC series resonant converter operating in Discontinuous Conduction Mode (DCM) offers advantages in terms of low switching losses, high power density, and low control complexity. The low switching… Expand

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