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Design and Analysis of a Class of Zero Fundamental Ripple Converters
dc-dc converters with zero fundamental ripple, also known as zero first-order ripple (ZFR) converters, are described in detail in this study. ZFR topologies use a linked inductor to eliminate first-order switching ripples. As a result, fewer inductive and capacitive filtering elements are needed for these converters. ZFR converter models are typically constructed once the various operating modes have been described in detail. In this model, a method for designing damping circuits that are optimal has been introduced. In addition, an example is used to demonstrate the general design process for a ZFR converter. Experiments are carried out on the ZFR converter to illustrate the design procedure's effectiveness.
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