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Topological Variations of the Inverse Dual Converter for High Power DC-DC Applications
DC to DC power converter topologies that are suitable for high-density, high-power supplies are presented. Topological variations on the basic inverse dual converter (IDC) circuit, such as the coupled transformer and the ...
Fuzzy logic based control of switched reluctance motor to reduce torque ripple
This paper presents torque ripple reduction of a switched reluctance motor (SRM) by using a fuzzy speed controller. For this purpose, current control is applied with a fuzzy speed controller. The fuzzy controller adjusts ...
Capacitively Coupled Converter (C3) for HighPower DC-DC Conversion
The capacitive coupled converter for high-power voltage source DC-DC applications is described. Its steady-state and dynamic behavior are analyzed theoretically and by computer simulation. Factors affecting its operation ...
Torque Ripple Minimization of a Switched Reluctance Motor
This paper presents a simple technique to minimize torque ripple of a switched reluctance motor. The technique is based on the control of the sum of the square of the phase currents by using only two current sensors and ...
Inverse Dual Converter (IDC) for High Power DC-DC Applications
The inverse dual converter (IDC), suitable for high-power DC-DC conversion applications, is presented. The IDC is a voltage source converter with an AC link and has been derived from an inductor converter bridge. This ...