A 10- to 30-kHz Adjustable Frequency Resonant Full-Bridge Multicell Power Converter


The look and construction of a full-bridge flying capacitor multicell inverter (FCMI) composed of 2 legs is disclosed. Each leg consists of three switching cells. In order to manage the ability converter, a sq. wave signal switching technique has been used; the converter output frequency has increased at 3 times the switching frequency. Moreover, the system will be tuned by a variable inductor in addition to a high-voltage transformer permitting the FCMI to work beneath a resonance condition from ten- to 30-kHz frequency range. The goal of this converter is to get a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) at atmospheric pressure applied in environmental remediation and biological interaction studies. The proposed inverter has been tested with two different DBD reactors, one in all them meant for the degradation of organic compound metacresol dissolved in water.

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