Quasi Y-Source Boost DC-DC Converter
Abstract— Quasi Y-Source Boost DC-DC Converter. A new topology called “quasi-Y-source dc-dc converter” is presented. It inherits all the advantages of the original Y-source converter. In addition, the new topology draws a continuous current from the source, which is definitely more appropriate for most renewable sources. It also has dc-current blocking capacitors, which will definitely help to prevent the coupled inductor core from saturation. Experimental testing has proven the validity of the proposed network and its application as a high boost dc-dc converter.The design of front end and/or intermediate step-up DC-DC converter with a continuous input current and wide range of voltage gain is one of the most challenging < Final Year Projects 2016 > requirements faced by many distributed power generation and conditioning systems. It is especially true when intermittent sources like fuel cells, photovoltaic panels, and wind turbines are used , . To meet this challenging requirement, various impedance networks have been developed to provide an efficient means of converting power with a wide range of voltage gain. Improvements to the impedance networks by introducing coupled magnetics have also been lately proposed for achieving even higher voltage boosting, while using a shorter shoot-through time . They include the Γ-source , T-source , trans-Z-source , TZ-source , LCCT-Z-source , high-frequency-transformer-isolated , and Y-source  networks.
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