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Family of DTMRC-based DC–DC converters with an RZP

Family of DTMRC-based DC–DC converters with an RZP

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This study presents a novel family of dual-transformer multi-resonant DC–DC converters (DTMRCs) with a resonant zero point (RZP). The limitations of the conventional LLC resonant converter and its fundamental harmonic approximation (FHA) method are firstly discussed. On this basis, a unique RZP is combined with the dual-transformer architecture. As a result, both of the output voltage regulation capability and the over-current protection feature are promoted. Then, an extended describing modelling method is presented to improve the calculative accuracy of the FHA method. Moreover, by means of the appropriate placement of all three resonant frequencies, the fundamental and the third-order harmonic components are employed to transmit active power to the load simultaneously. The zero-voltage soft-switching characteristic is acquired for all the primary-side switches. Meanwhile, the preferable zero-current soft-switching feature is obtained for diodes both at the turn-on and turn-off moments. Therefore, the switching losses are significantly reduced for the proposed converters. Finally, with the employed SiC metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistors, a 500-W half-bridge DTMRC prototype is built as an example, based on the P-type multi-resonant network. The experimental results demonstrate the validity and correctness of the theoretical analyses.

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