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A comprehensive design approach for a three-phase high-frequency single-switch discontinuous-mode boost power factor corrector based on analytically derived normalized converter component ratings

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3 Author(s)
Kolar, J.W. ; Power Electron. Section, Tech. Univ. Wien, Austria ; Ertl, H. ; Zach, Franz C.

In this paper the peak, mean, and RMS values of the component currents of a three-phase single-switch discontinuous inductor current mode boost rectifier are calculated analytically. The values are given in rated form in dependency on the output power and on the ratio of output voltage to the amplitude of the mains voltage. Furthermore, the influence of the voltage transfer ratio on the shape of the mains currents and on the power factor of the system is analyzed. The theoretical analysis is verified by digital simulation and a good consistency is achieved. Finally, the approach of the converter dimensioning based on the graphical representation of the calculation results is described and illustrated using a specific example. The correctness of the dimensioning is verified by measurements on a laboratory model

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 3 )