Optimal design method of power factor correction for improving efficiency using interleaved boost converter
Mrs.B.Yuvarani, G.Vaideki, B.Thamaraiselvan, C.Kavitha
PFC, Boost Converter.
Intermittent boost power factor correction (PFC) converters have attracted much attention in recent years due to their ability to improve efficiency and power quality in many applications. This article presents a good design method for interactive Boost PFC converters, focusing on improving performance by optimizing key parameters such as switching frequency, boost inductor and output voltage. The study begins with a general introduction to the interaction of Boost PFC converter topologies, their operating models, and the importance of power conditioning in today's electrical power supplies. The important role of interaction in reducing ripple current, reducing stress on the product and dissipating power dissipation is emphasized. This article examines the balance between frequency devices and low switching frequency. It provides detailed analysis of switching, loss, and output ripple, allowing designers to determine the best switching frequency for a specific application. The size of the inductor is important in the design of intermittent boost PFC converters. This work discusses methods for calculating inductor ratings to minimize current ripple and core loss while maintaining sufficient power for uninterrupted PFC operation. Maintaining a constant output voltage is important for many applications. This article takes an in-depth look at control strategies and feedback that help control output power within the desired range while preventing overshoot and transient response. The design method is explained with a design model and simulations that demonstrate the advantages of optimizing interaction- enhancing PFC converters in improving efficiency, reducing interaction coherence, and increasing power. Overall, this article provides general guidelines for designing interfacing PFC converters with a focus on performance improvement. By careful selection of switching frequency, boost inductor size and output voltage control strategy, designers can design high-performance PFC that meets the huge demand for energy saving and environmentally friendly energy.
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Unique Paper ID: 164421

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 697 - 701
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