Nodal-reduced modeling of single-phase Dual-Active Bridge converters for EMTP-type simulations

@article{Uhl2016NodalreducedMO,
  title={Nodal-reduced modeling of single-phase Dual-Active Bridge converters for EMTP-type simulations},
  author={Robert Uhl and Arne Hinz and Antonello Monti and Rik W. De Doncker},
  journal={IECON 2016 - 42nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society},
  year={2016},
  pages={1388-1393}
}
Transient system-level simulations of future DC grids require modeling the behavior at the terminals of the power system's components, and thus also of power converters. The internal electrical variables of the power electronic devices are not relevant in such simulations. Based on this, this paper presents an approach for eliminating all the internal electrical nodes of a single-phase Dual-Active Bridge DC-DC converter for EMTP-type simulations. Nonetheless, the switching dynamics at the… CONTINUE READING

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