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A Non isolated Multi input Multi output Dc-Dc Boost Device for Electrical Vehicle Applications


S.Gayathri , Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry 605107; D.Raja, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry 605107


Buck converter, Interleaved boost converter, Boost converter and motor drives


A replacement nonisolated multiinput multioutput dc–dc boost convertor is planned during this paper. Electrical Vehicles (EVs) develop space with the considerations of gas emission and energy crisis. Electrical Motors, those area unit used for electron volt propulsion should have high potency for optimum utilization of the energy from batteries and/or fuel cells. A combined circuit for motor drives with associate impedance Network beside twin mode management for EV/HEV applications is planned. The pc circuit permits the magnet motor to figure in motor mode or acts as boost inductors of the buck converter, and thereby boosting the output force coupled to constant gear or dc-link voltage of the converter connected to the output of the pc circuit. Bifacial charging supports battery energy injection back to the grid. Though the auto makers have reduced the greenhouse gases like hydro-carbons, CO, carbonic acid gas, etc., from the vehicle, they can't turn out a zero-emission vehicle unless they turn out an electrical vehicle (EV). An electrical vehicle is Associate in Nursing emission (AEVSNE) free, environmental friendly vehicle. The planned convertor has only one inductance. Reckoning on charging and discharging states of the energy storage system (ESS), 2 totally different power operation modes area unit outlined for the convertor. So as to style the convertor system, small-signal model for every operation mode is extracted. The validity of the planned convertor and its management performance area unit verified by simulation and experimental results for various static operation to default conditions.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I20691
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2016
Page(s): 776-783

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