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PWM Technique based evaluation and performance analysis ofZVS Based Resonant Converter

C. Nagarajan, Sindhuja A, Harini T., Mithra S., Parkavi P.


A Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) based Resonant Converter (RC) has been simulated and the performance
is analyses in this paper. A ZVS based resonant converter working under load independent output voltage and no-
load regulation is presented in the paper.Pulse width modulation (PWM) is a technology used to regulate output
voltage. The major transitions of a full-bridge converter that achieves zero-voltage switching across the whole line
and load range by using a linked inductor are detailed. The associated inductor doesn't considerably shorten the
duty cycle or trigger voltage ringing across the output rectifier since it doesn't truly show as a series inductance
throughout the load current routing.The outcome of the converter is devoid from disturbances, as shown by the
PSPICE simulation, and these converters could be utilizedfor a variety of airborne operations.


Coupled inductor, full bridge converter, phase shift control, zero voltage Switching

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