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Instantaneous current-vector-controlled zero-current soft switching inverter using B-SITs

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A new topology is presented of a voltage-clamped high-frequency inverter with phase-shifting current-vector control, which can operate efficiently under zero-current soft switching (ZCS) so as to minimise switching losses over a wide output power regulation range. Output power of this inverter can be regulated continuously from its maximum value to minimum by a phase-shift control under a fixed frequency. This inverter is suitable for induction heating, high-intensity ultrasonic generation and ozone generation. Its circuit operation and performance are analysed on the basis of computer-aided simulation. The simulation results are in good agreement with experimental ones obtained from a feasible breadboard

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Electric Power Applications, IEE Proceedings -  (Volume:148 ,  Issue: 1 )