A Modified Topology of a High Efficiency Bidirectional Type DC–DC Converter by Synchronous Rectification
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Original versionElectronics. 2020, 9 (9):1555. 10.3390/electronics9091555
A modified Topology to acquire high efficiency of a bidirectional method of DC–DC converter of non-isolated approach is proposed. The modified circuit involves four numbers of switches with their body diodes, passive elements as two inductors as well as a capacitor and the circuit arrangements double boost converters to progress the voltage gain. The input current of the proposed topology divided amongst the two dissimilar values of inductors produces greater efficiency. In the step-down mode, an apparent lessening in voltage gain and also enhanced efficiency can be realized in the recommended system by expending a synchronous rectification. The modified topology shields the technique for presentation of easy control configurations and is used for truncated output voltage with a large current of energy storage systems in the renewable applications as well as hybrid energy source electric vehicle applications. The simulation of the projected structure has been conducted through MATLAB/Simulink software and has been corroborated through a 12 V/180 V, 200 Watts experimental prototype circuit.