Resonant Power Converters, 2nd EditionISBN: 9780470905388
632 pages
April 2011, WileyIEEE Press

PREFACE xxi
ABOUT THE AUTHORS xxv
LIST OF SYMBOLS xxvii
I Introduction 1
1.1 References 5
PART I RECTIFIERS 7
2 Class D CurrentDriven Rectifiers 9
2.1 Introduction 9
2.2 Assumptions 10
2.3 Class D HalfWave Rectifier 10
2.4 Class D Transformer CenterTapped Rectifier 20
2.5 Class D Bridge Rectifier 28
2.6 Effects of Equivalent Series Resistance and Equivalent Series Inductance 34
2.7 Synchronous Rectifiers 38
3 Class D VoltageDriven Rectifiers 47
3.1 Introduction 47
3.2 Assumptions 47
3.3 Class D HalfWave Rectifier 48
3.4 Class D Transformer CenterTapped Rectifier 56
3.5 Class D Bridge Rectifier 62
3.6 Synchronous Rectifiers 66
4 Class E Low dv/dt Rectifiers 72
4.1 Introduction 72
4.2 Low dv/dt Rectifier with a Parallel Capacitor 72
4.3 Resonant Low dv/dt Rectifier 90
5 Class E Low di/dt Rectifiers 109
5.1 Introduction 109
5.2 Low di/dt Rectifier with a Parallel Inductor 109
5.3 Low di/dt Rectifier with a Series Inductor 125
PART II INVERTERS 141
6 Class D SeriesResonant Inverter 143
6.1 Introduction 143
6.2 Circuit Description 144
6.3 Principle of Operation 146
6.4 Topologies of Class D VoltageSource Inverters 152
6.5 Analysis 155
6.6 Voltage Transfer Function 166
6.7 Efficiency 170
6.8 Design Example 177
6.9 Class D FullBridge SeriesResonant Inverter 180
6.10 RelationshipsAmong Inverters and Rectifiers 187
7 Class D ParallelResonant Inverter 193
7.1 Introduction 193
7.2 Principle of Operation 193
7.3 Analysis 197
7.4 ShortCircuit and OpenCircuit Operation 219
7.5 Electronic Ballast for Fluorescent Lamps 223
7.6 Design Example 225
7.7 FullBridge ParallelResonant Inverter 227
8 Class D SeriesParallelResonant Inverter 235
8.1 Introduction 235
8.2 Principle of Operation 235
8.3 Analysis 237
8.4 Design Example 254
8.5 FullBridge SeriesParallelResonant Inverter 257
9 Class D CLL Resonant Inverter 262
9.1 Introduction 262
9.2 Principle of Operation 262
9.3 Analysis 264
9.4 Design Example 282
9.5 FullBridge CLL Resonant Inverter 285
10 Class D CurrentSourceResonant Inverter 290
10.1 Introduction 290
10.2 Principle of Operation 291
10.3 Analysis of the ParallelResonant Circuit 295
10.4 Analysis of the Inverter 297
10.5 Design Example 307
11 PhaseControlled Resonant Inverters 311
11.1 Introduction 311
11.2 PhaseControlled CurrentSource Inverters 312
11.3 PhaseControlled VoltageSource Inverters 316
11.4 SingleCapacitor PhaseControlled SeriesResonant Inverter 320
11.5 Design Example 328
12 Class E ZeroVoltageSwitching Resonant Inverter 334
12.1 Introduction 334
12.2 Principle of Operation 335
12.3 Analysis 340
12.4 Parameters at D=0.5 349
12.5 Efficiency 351
12.6 Matching Resonant Circuits 354
12.7 Design Example 359
12.8 PushPull Class E ZVS Inverter 362
13 Class E ZeroCurrentSwitching Resonant Inverter 369
13.1 Introduction 369
13.2 Circuit Description 369
13.3 Principle of Operation 370
13.4 Analysis 373
13.5 Power Relationships 378
13.6 Element Values of Load Network 378
13.7 Design Example 379
14 Class DE Power Inverter 382
14.1 Introduction 382
14.2 Principle of Operation of Class DE Power Inverter 382
14.3 Analysis of Class DE Power Inverter 383
14.4 Components 393
14.5 Device Stresses 394
14.6 Design Equations 395
14.7 Maximum Operating Frequency 395
14.8 Class DE Inverter with Single Shunt Capacitor 397
14.9 Output Power 401
14.10 Cancellation of Nonlinearities of Transistor Output Capacitances 401
PART III CONVERTERS 405
15 Class D SeriesResonant Converter 407
15.1 Introduction 407
15.2 HalfBridge SeriesResonant Converter 408
15.3 FullBridge SeriesResonant Converter 412
15.4 Design of HalfBridge SRC 415
16 Class D ParallelResonant Converter 422
16.1 Introduction 422
16.2 HalfBridge ParallelResonant Converter 422
16.3 Design of the HalfBridge PRC 427
16.4 FullBridge ParallelResonant Converter 430
17 Class D SeriesParallelResonant Converter 435
17.1 Introduction 435
17.2 Circuit Description 436
17.3 HalfBridge SeriesParallelResonant Converter 439
17.4 Design of HalfBridge SPRC 440
17.5 FullBridge SeriesParallelResonant Converter 443
18 Class D CLL Resonant Converter 448
18.1 Introduction 448
18.2 Circuit Description 448
18.3 HalfBridge CLL Resonant Converter 451
18.4 Design of HalfBridge CLL Resonant Converter 453
18.5 FullBridge CLL Resonant Converter 455
18.6 LLC Resonant Converter 457
19 Class D CurrentSourceResonant Converter 459
19.1 Introduction 459
19.2 Circuit Description 459
19.3 Design of CSRC 461
20 Class D Inverter/Class E Rectifier Resonant Converter 466
20.1 Introduction 466
20.2 Circuit Description 466
20.3 Principle of Operation 468
20.4 Rectifier Parameters for D=0.5 469
20.5 Design of Class D Inverter/Class E Resonant Converter 471
20.6 Class E ZVS Inverter/Class D Rectifier Resonant DCDC Converter 473
20.7 Class E ZVS Inverter/Class E ZVS Rectifier Resonant DCDC Converter 474
21 PhaseControlled Resonant Converters 477
21.1 Introduction 477
21.2 Circuit Description of SC PC SRC 477
21.3 Design Example 480
22 Quasiresonant and Multiresonant DCDC Power Converters 485
22.1 Introduction 485
22.2 ZeroVoltageSwitching Quasiresonant DCDC Converters 488
22.3 Buck ZVS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 492
22.4 Boost ZVS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 501
22.5 BuckBoost ZVS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 509
22.6 ZeroCurrentSwitching Quasiresonant DCDC Converters 518
22.7 Buck ZCS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 520
22.8 Boost ZCS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 529
22.9 BuckBoost ZCS Quasiresonant DCDC Converter 536
22.10 ZeroVoltage Switching Multiresonant DCDC Converters 545
22.11 ZeroCurrent Switching Multiresonant DCDC Converters 550
22.12 ZeroVoltage Transition PWM Converters 553
22.13 ZeroCurrent Transition Converters 556
23 Modeling and Control 565
23.1 Introduction 565
23.2 Modeling 566
23.3 Model Reduction and Control 572
23.4 Summary 574
23.5 References 574
23.6 Review Questions 576
23.7 Problems 576
APPENDICES 577
ANSWERS TO PROBLEMS 591
INDEX 597
Dariusz Czarkowski, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University. His research focuses on power electronics and power systems.