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Analysis and Design of a High-Frequency Isolated Dual-Tank Resonant AC–DC Converter

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Analysis and Design of a High-Frequency Isolated Dual-Tank Resonant AC–DC Converter

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An integrated single-section single-stage high-frequency transformer isolated dual-tank LCL-sort series resonant ac-dc converter with fastened-frequency part-shift control strategy is presented. The circuit configuration combines a diode rectifier, a lift converter, and two identical 0.5-bridge dc-dc LCL resonant converters. A high power issue and an occasional total harmonic distortion are achieved by discontinuous current mode operation of the front-end power factor correction circuit. The output voltage is regulated by the mounted-frequency phase-shift between 2 identical [*fr1]-bridge LCL resonant converters. Soft-switching operation is achieved for all of the switches. The operation of intervals and steady-state analysis are presented briefly. A style example of a a hundred-W proposed converter is given, together with its simulated and experimental results for different input voltages.


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