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Modeling and Controller Design of a Semiisolated Multiinput Converter for a Hybrid PV/Wind Power Charger System
The target of this paper is to propose the development of a multiinput dc-dc converter (MIC) family, which is composed of isolated and/or nonisolated dc-dc converters. By analyzing 5 basic isolated dc-dc converters, four isolated pulsating voltage source cells and three isolated pulsating current source cells are generated. Moreover, a semiisolated multiinput converter (S-MIC) for hybrid PV/wind power charger system that will simplify the ability system, scale back the price, deliver continuous power, and overcome high-voltage-transfer-ratio problems is proposed. During this paper, the operational principle of the proposed S-MIC is explained, the little-signal ac model is derived, and also the controller design is developed. Pc simulations and experimental results are presented to verify the accuracy of the proposed tiny-signal ac model and the performance of the proposed S-MIC.
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