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EE, IEE-HCA 2020-05-22
11:20
Online Online Steady-State Analysis of Voltage-Resonant Half-Wave Push-Pull Converter
Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2020-1
Generally, it is said that the magnetizing current of the transformer has effects on characteristics of the isolated-res... [more] EE2020-1
pp.1-6
EE 2020-01-16
13:10
Kagoshima HOUZAN HALL Current resonant soft switching converter using Cockcroft-Walton circuit
Eita Morii, Masahito Shoyama, Otuka Ryota (Kyushu Univ.) EE2019-71
The power circuit of the X-ray irradiation device uses a high step-up ratio insulated DC-DC converter using a step-up tr... [more] EE2019-71
pp.129-134
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2019-10-10
16:10
Shiga Ryukoku Extension Center, Ryukoku University On Steady-State Analysis of Current-Resonant Full-Wave Push-Pull Converter -- An Approximation of State Equations --
Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2019-34
For an isolated resonant converter, transformer's magnetizing current generally affects the converter characteristics an... [more] EE2019-34
pp.47-51
EE, IEE-SPC 2019-07-25
09:00
Hiroshima   On Surge Voltage Analysis and its Reduction Method of Current-Resonant Full-Wave Push-Pull Converter
Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2019-24
When the isolated resonant converters are actually operated, the surge voltage may be generated in the switch elements d... [more] EE2019-24
pp.43-48
EE, IEE-SPC
(Joint)
2019-03-07
15:40
Okinawa   Current-Resonant Full-Wave Push-Pull Converter -- Parasitic Oscillation Analysis of Secondary Diode Current --
Yuki Hashinokuchi, Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2018-61
The current resonant full-wave push-pull converter can be derived from the current-fed push-pull converter by only addin... [more] EE2018-61
pp.19-24
EE 2019-01-16
10:30
Kumamoto KCIC Steady-State Analysis of Current-Resonant Full-Wave Push-Pull Converter
Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2018-38
Soft switching technology makes it possible to make DC-DC converters smaller, lighter, and more efficient, resonant conv... [more] EE2018-38
pp.1-6
EE, WPT
(Joint)
2014-11-18
13:00
Kyoto Doshisha University A study of low loss design technique for planar transformer in high frequency isolated DC-DC converter
Yudai Mizoguchi, Akinori Hariya, Yoichi Ishizuka (Nagasaki Univ.), Ken Matsuura (TDK), Satoshi Tomioka (TDK-Lambda), Tamotsu Ninomiya (AGI) EE2014-21
In this paper, in order to optimize winding structure of planar transformer in 5MHz LLC resonant converter, the planar t... [more] EE2014-21
pp.13-18
EE 2009-07-31
10:40
Shimane   Reduction of Current Peak in a Current Mode Multi-Resonant Converter
Chunfeng Jin, Tamotsu Ninomiya (Nagasaki Univ.), Tomofumi Yamashita, Takeshi Iwata, Tsuyosi Ueno (Ricoh) EE2009-13
The purpose of this paper is to present a reduction method of the resonant current peak in a current-mode resonant conve... [more] EE2009-13
pp.35-39
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