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A resonant based Marx generator

By Sasan Zabihi, Firuz Zare, Gerard Ledwich and Arindam Ghosh

Abstract

The configuration proposed in this paper aims to generate high voltage for pulsed power applications. The main idea is to charge two groups of capacitors in parallel through an inductor and take the advantage of resonant phenomena in charging each capacitor up to a double input voltage level. In each resonant half a cycle, one of those capacitor groups are charged, and finally the charged capacitors will be connected together in series and the summation of the capacitor voltages can be appeared at the output of the topology. This topology can be considered as a modified Marx generator which works based on the resonant concept. Simulation models of this converter have been investigated in Matlab/SIMULINK platform and the attained results fully satisfy the proper operation of the converter

Topics: 090603 Industrial Electronics, 090607 Power and Energy Systems Engineering (excl. Renewable Power), Pulsed Power Supply, Marx Generator, Resonant Converter, High Voltage
Publisher: IEEE Xplore
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:37975

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