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|Title:||A critical analysis of Z-source converters considering the effects of internal resistances|
|Citation:||International Journal of Electronics, 2018, Vol.105, 10, pp.1785-1803|
|Abstract:||Nowadays Z-source networks are the most promising power converter networks that cover almost all electric power conversion (dc dc, dc ac, ac dc and ac ac) applications. However, the controller design is critical for Z-source converter (ZSC) due to the presence right-half-plane zero (RHPZ) in the control-to-capacitor-voltage transfer function. This RHPZ exhibits non-minimum phase undershoot in the capacitor voltage and also in the dc-link voltage waveforms. A perfect small-signal model is required to predict locations of the RHP zero and its dynamics. This paper contributes towards the small-signal analysis of ZSC under continuous conduction mode considering the parasitic resistance of the inductor, equivalent series resistance of the capacitor, internal resistances of active switch and forward voltage drop of the diode. The maximum allowable value of shoot-through duty ratio (STDR) and voltage gain for different values of the internal resistance and load resistance are discussed in this paper. The accuracy of the developed small-signal average model is compared with detailed circuit model in MATLAB/SIMULINK. Finally, the steady-state simulation results of ZSC are validated with hardware results. 2018, 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.|
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