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A Review of Galvanically Isolated Impedance-Source DC–DC Converters
Impedance-source converters, an rising technology in electrical energy conversion, overcome limitations of conventional solutions by the employment of specific impedance-supply networks. Focus of this paper is on the topologies of galvanically isolated impedance-supply dc–dc converters. These converters are notably applicable for distributed generation systems with renewable or various energy sources, that require input voltage and load regulation during a wide selection. We review here the essential topologies for researchers and engineers, and classify all the topologies of the impedance-source galvanically isolated dc–dc converters consistent with the part that transfers energy from the input to the output: a transformer, a coupled inductor, or their combination. This classification reveals benefits and drawbacks, also a good space for additional analysis. This paper also outlines the foremost promising analysis directions during this field.
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