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Observer based feedback control of 3rd order LCC resonant converters

By M P Foster, Chris Bingham, D A Stone and H I Sewell

Abstract

The paper considers specific issues related to the design and realisation of observer-based feedback of isolated output voltage for resonant power converters. To provide a focus to the study, a 3rd order LCC converter is employed as a candidate topology. It is shown that whilst resonant converters nominally operate at high switching frequencies to facilitate the use of small reactive components, by appropriate pre-conditioning of non-isolated resonant-tank voltages and currents, the resulting observer can be implemented at relatively low sampling frequencies, and hence, take advantage of low-cost digital hardware.\ud Experimental results are used to demonstrate the accuracy of observer estimates under both transient and steady-state operating conditions, and to show operation of the observer as part of a closed-loop feedback system where the LCC resonant converter is used as a regulated power supply

Topics: H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Publisher: Institution of Electronic and Electrical Engineers
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:2734

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