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A generalized approach for the steady-state analysis of resonant inverters

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2 Author(s)
A. K. S. Bhat ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Victoria Univ., BC, Canada ; S. B. Dewan

A generalized approach is presented for the steady-state analysis of resonant inverters which leads to the selection of an optimum scheme for a particular application. Six load-commutation schemes are combined into a single commutation scheme, referred to as a generalized load-commutation circuit, and the steady-state analysis for the circuit with RL load is presented using a Fourier series approach in the continuous-current mode. The equations for different load-commutation circuits are obtained as the particular cases of the generalized configuration. This type of unified approach simplifies the method of analysis for different commutation schemes and eliminates the need for the separate analysis of different schemes. Also, in a computer program, the results for a particular configuration can be obtained simply by opening or shorting the nonrequired commutating components of the generalized scheme. The method of analysis is used to select resonant inverter schemes with resistive load, based on certain constraints. Experimental results are presented for the selected schemes to support the theory

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IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )