Current-Balancing Technique for Interleaved Voltage Source Inverters With Magnetically Coupled Legs Connected in Parallel


Connecting legs in parallel in a voltage source inverter is a way to increase the output current and, thus, its rated power. The connection can be made using either coupled or uncoupled inductors, and achieving an even contribution to the output current from all the legs is a crucial issue. Circulating currents produce additional losses and stress to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2014.2345345


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