A Novel High StepUp DC DC Converter Based on Integrating Coupled Inductor and Switched-Capacitor Techniques for Renewable Energy Applications

ABSTRACT

In this paper, a novel high development up dc/dc converter is shown for maintainable power source applications. The proposed structure involves a coupled inductor and two voltage multiplier cells, in order to get high development up voltage gain. Likewise, two capacitors are charged in the midst of the kill time frame, using the essentialness set away in the coupled inductor which manufactures the voltage trade gain. The essentialness set away in the spillage inductance is reused with the use of a dormant fasten circuit. The voltage load on the basic power switch is furthermore diminished in the proposed topology. Thusly, a key influence switch with low resistance RDS(ON) can be used to diminish the conduction incidents. The action rule and the tireless state examinations are discussed inside and out. To check the execution of the showed converter, a 300-W lab demonstrate circuit is completed. The results affirm the speculative examinations and the practicability of the showed high development up converter.

 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

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Fig. 1. Circuit configuration of the presented high-step-up converter.

SIMULATION RESULTS:

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Fig. 2. Simulation results under load 300 W.

 CONCLUSION

This paper demonstrates another high-advance up dc/dc converter for maintainable power source applications. The suggested converter is fitting for DG systems reliant on practical power sources, which require high-advance up voltage trade gain. The essentialness set away in the spillage inductance is reused to upgrade the execution of the showed converter. In addition, voltage load on the essential power switch is diminished. In like manner, a switch with a low on-state obstacle can be picked. The continuing state errand of the converter has been dismembered in detail. Moreover, the limit condition has been procured. Finally, a hardware show is executed which changes over the 40-V input voltage into 400-V yield voltage. The results exhibit the credibility of the presented converter.