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Modeling and Control of the PFC Stage for a 50KW EV Fast Battery Charger

  title={Modeling and Control of the PFC Stage for a 50KW EV Fast Battery Charger},
  author={Alon Kuperman and U. Levy and J. Goren and A. Zafranski and A. Savernin},
Modeling and control of a 50KW Electric Vehicle battery fast charger Power Factor Correction stage, developed at Gamatronic Electronic Industries LTD, is presented in the paper. The charger topology may be referred as a two-stage controlled rectifier. The input stage consists of a three phase full bridge rectifier combined with an active power filter (three single stage power filters are actually employed). The input stage creates an uncontrolled DC bus while complying with the grid codes by… 

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