TITLE

Study of Interleaved Double Dual Boost Converter for Renewable Energy Source System

AUTHOR(S)
Phattanasak, Matheepot; Kaewmanee, Wattana; Martin, Jean-Philippe; Pierfederici, Serge; Davat, Bernard
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 931-932, p910
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper presents an interleaved double dual boost converter used in renewable energy application, for example, photovoltaic cell. The converter is interesting because its high voltage gain property. Its operating functions in the possible cases are detailed. Moreover, the presence of negative current in a certain operating point is investigated. The validation of the proposed system is done through experimental results.
ACCESSION #
96297877

 

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