A Bidirectional Isolated Full-Bridge Converter was designed, prototyped and tested. The device is intended to interface a Bank of Supercapacitors with a battery-powered bus, in order to boost the capability of supplying large power peaks. The converter was based on the Isolated Dual Active Bridge configuration. When driven by an external control voltage, it is capable of generating in both directions a train of current pulses, with 2kW peak power, for any battery voltage in the range 24-32V and for any supercapacitor voltage in the range 35-70V. Worst-case battery current was 70A. Pulse duration was 100ms with 50% duty cycle and 1 ms rise time.
|Titolo:||Development of bidirectional dc-dc converters for hybrid power sources - Final Report|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Citazione:||Pellitteri, F., & Schirone, L. (2018). Development of bidirectional dc-dc converters for hybrid power sources - Final Report [Rapporto tecnico].|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||9.1 Altro|