This paper is focused on the analysis and modeling of DC-DC boost converters in interleaving configuration exploiting inductors in the quasi-saturation region. The converter is designed to optimize the power density by minimizing the size of the inductors. A simulation study for electric vehicle applications is conducted analyzing the effects of duty cycle and temperature variation on the ripple of the input current giving, moreover, information on the performances and dynamics of the converter for further implementation and optimizations.

Scirè, D., Lullo, G., & Vitale, G. (2020). Design and Modeling of an Interleaving Boost Converter with Quasi-Saturated Inductors for Electric Vehicles. In 2020 AEIT International Conference of Electrical and Electronic Technologies for Automotive (AEIT AUTOMOTIVE). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers [10.23919/AEITAUTOMOTIVE50086.2020.9307424].

Design and Modeling of an Interleaving Boost Converter with Quasi-Saturated Inductors for Electric Vehicles

Scirè, Daniele;Lullo, Giuseppe;Vitale, Gianpaolo
2020

Abstract

This paper is focused on the analysis and modeling of DC-DC boost converters in interleaving configuration exploiting inductors in the quasi-saturation region. The converter is designed to optimize the power density by minimizing the size of the inductors. A simulation study for electric vehicle applications is conducted analyzing the effects of duty cycle and temperature variation on the ripple of the input current giving, moreover, information on the performances and dynamics of the converter for further implementation and optimizations.
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Scirè, D., Lullo, G., & Vitale, G. (2020). Design and Modeling of an Interleaving Boost Converter with Quasi-Saturated Inductors for Electric Vehicles. In 2020 AEIT International Conference of Electrical and Electronic Technologies for Automotive (AEIT AUTOMOTIVE). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers [10.23919/AEITAUTOMOTIVE50086.2020.9307424].
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