Performance Optimization of a High Current Dual Active Bridge with a Wide Operating Voltage Range

@inproceedings{Krismer2006PerformanceOO,
  title={Performance Optimization of a High Current Dual Active Bridge with a Wide Operating Voltage Range},
  author={Florian Krismer and Simon D. Round and Johann Walter Kolar},
  year={2006}
}
The main aim of this paper is to improve the performance of high current dual active bridge converters when operated over a wide voltage range. A typical application is for fuel cell vehicles where a bi-directional interface between a 12V battery and a high voltage DC bus is required. The battery side voltage ranges from 11V to 16V while the fuel cell is operated between 220V and 447V and the required power is typically 1kW. Careful analysis shows that the high currents on the battery side… 

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