Design and implementation of coupled inductor Cuk converter operating in continuous conduction mode

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2011
Ayhan, Mustafa Tufan
The study involves the following stages: First, coupled-inductor and integrated magnetic structure used in Cuk converter circuit topologies are analyzed and the necessary information about these elements in circuit design is gathered. Also, benefits of using these magnetic elements are presented. Secondly; steady-state model, dynamic model and transfer functions of coupled-inductor Cuk converter topology are obtained via state-space averaging method. Third stage deals with determining the design criteria to be fulfilled by the implemented circuit. The selection of the circuit components and the design of the coupled-inductor providing ripple-free input current waveform are performed at this stage. Fourth stage introduces the experimental results of the implemented circuit operating in open loop mode. Besides, the controller design is carried out and the closed loop performance of the implemented circuit is presented in this stage.

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Citation Formats
M. T. Ayhan, “Design and implementation of coupled inductor Cuk converter operating in continuous conduction mode,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2011.