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Title: Bidirectional PWM Converter Integrating Cell Voltage Equalizer Using Series-Resonant Voltage Multiplier for Series-Connected Energy Storage Cells || 2015-2016 IEEE Power electronics Projects Training


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Bidirectional PWM Converter Integrating Cell
Voltage Equalizer Using Series-Resonant Voltage
Multiplier for Series-Connected Energy Storage
Cells
  • Presented by
  • IIS TECHNOLOGIES
  • No 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus,  North
    Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount,  Chennai, Tamil Nadu
    600016.
  • Landline044 4263 7391,mob9952077540.
  • Emailinfo_at_iistechnologies.in,
  • Webwww.iistechnologies.in

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ABSTRACT
  • This proposed integrated converter can be derived
    by combining a traditional bidirectional PWM
    converter and series resonant voltage multiplier
    (SRVM) that functionally operates as an equalizer
    and is driven by asymmetric square wave voltage
    generated at the switching node of the converter.
  • The converter and equalizer can be integrated
    into a single unit without increasing the switch
    count, achieving not only system-level but also
    circuit-level simplifications.
  • Open-loop control is feasible for the SRVM when
    operated in discontinuous conduction mode,
    meaning the proposed integrated converter can
    operate similarly to conventional bidirectional
    converters.

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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TOOLS AND SOFTWARE USED
  • MP LAB
  • ORCAD/PSPICE
  • MATLAB/SIMULINK

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OUTPUT
  • HARDWARE
  • SIMULATION

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Contact
  • IIS TECHNOLOGIES
  • No 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus,  North
    Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount,  Chennai, Tamil Nadu
    600016.
  • Landline044 4263 7391,mob9952077540.
  • Emailinfo_at_iistechnologies.in,
  • Webwww.iistechnologies.in
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