ZVS phase shift full bridge converter with separated primary winding

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Generally additional leakage inductance and two clamp diodes are adopted into the conventional phase shift full bridge (PSFB) converter for reducing the voltage stress of secondary rectifier diodes and extending the range of zero voltage switching (ZVS) operation. However, the core and copper loss caused by additional leakage inductor can be high enough to decrease the whole efficiency of DC/DC converter. Therefore, a new ZVS PSFB converter with separated primary winding (SPW) is proposed. The proposed converter makes both the transformer and additional leakage inductor with same ferrite core by separating the primary winding method. Using this method, leakage inductance is controlled by the winding ratio of SPW. Moreover, by using this integrated magnetic component with single core, size and core loss can be greatly reduced and it results in the improvement of efficiency and power density of DC/DC converter. The operational principle and analysis of proposed converter are presented and verified by the 1.2 kW prototype.
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Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2009. ECCE 2009. IEEE, pp.484 - 489

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