This paper describes a simple dc–dc step-up converter topology for switch-mode dc power supplies. The proposed conﬁguration is well suited for high-power applications with battery supply. In the automotive framework, the push–pull architecture is the most widespread. However, as power increases, the use of a full-bridge architecture is mandatory. This paper presents a full-bridge architecture where the traditional single-phase transformer is replaced by a three-phase transformer. A prototype was realized and tested for the power supply of automotive devices. In this environment, one of the most important requirements is the ability to provide a burst of power during short-duration events, together with high-efﬁciency and high-quality output voltage. The latter constraints can be achieved by only using closed-loop switch-mode dc–dc converters at high switching frequency, thus reducing converter efﬁciency and creating electromagnetic- compatibility (EMC) problems. In this paper, the aforementioned issues were tackled relying on an open-loop topology. Open-loop converters are feasible if the output resistance of the converter is as low as possible, and a possible solution is the minimization of power losses. The solution is the use of a three-phase transformer with a delta-wye connection within a full-bridge converter topology. The conﬁguration will be referred to as 3boost power supply. The three-phase transformer replaces the common single-phase transformer, and it is driven by a three-phase full-bridge inverter operating in six-step modulation. At secondary, a three-phase full wave diode rectiﬁer is used to obtain the output dc voltage level. Therefore, a unitary transformer utilization factor is achieved. A simple theoretical comparison between the three types of converter: push–pull, conventional full bridge, and 3boost is shown. A low-power version of the converter was realized. Experiments conﬁrm that this topology allows to achieve a high efﬁciency, a lower ripple factor, and a good EMC behavior.
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|Data di pubblicazione:||2008|
|Titolo:||3boost: A High-Power Three-Phase Step-Up Full-Bridge Converter for Automotive Applications|
|Autori:||Franceschini, Giovanni; Lorenzani, Emilio; Cavatorta, Matteo; Bellini, Alberto|
|Autori interni:||LORENZANI, EMILIO|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1109/TIE.2007.905930|
|Rivista:||IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su rivista|
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