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A novel CDVM based high-voltage converter using low power solid-state switches and a tuned resonant circuit designed for pulsed power applications

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5 Author(s)
Zabihi, S. ; Built Environ. & Eng. Dept., Queensland Univ. of Technol., Brisbane, QLD, Australia ; Zare, F. ; Ledwich, G. ; Ghosh, A.
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A novel concept of producing high dc voltage for pulsed-power applications is proposed in this paper. The topology consists of an LC resonant circuit supplied through a tuned alternating waveform that is produced by an inverter. The control scheme is based on the detection of variations in the resonant frequency and adjustment of the switching signal patterns for the inverter to produce a square waveform with exactly the same frequencies. Therefore the capacitor voltage oscillates divergently with an increasing amplitude. A simple one-stage capacitor-diode voltage multiplier (CDVM) connected to the resonant capacitor then rectifies the alternating voltage and gives a dc level equal to twice the input voltage amplitude. The produced high voltage appears then in the form of high-voltage pulses across the load. A basic model is simulated by Simulink platform of MATLAB and the results are included in the paper.

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Power Electronics and Drive Systems Technology (PEDSTC), 2012 3rd

Date of Conference:

15-16 Feb. 2012

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