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For high-voltage (HV) applications, the designers mostly prefer the classical DCeDC boost converter. However, it lacks due to the limitation of the output voltage by the gain transfer ratio, decreased efficiency and its requirement of two sensors for feedback signals, which creates complex control scheme with increased overall cost. Furthermore, the output voltage and efficiency are reduced due to the selfparasitic behavior of power circuit components. To overcome these drawbacks, this manuscript provides, the theoretical development and hardware implementation of DCeDC step-up (boost) power converter circuit for obtaining extra output-voltage high-performance. The proposed circuit substantially improves the high output-voltage by voltage-lift technology with a closed loop proportionaleintegral controller. This complete numerical model of the converter circuit including closed loop P-I controller is developed in simulation (Matlab/Simulink) software and the hardware prototype model is implemented with digital signal processor (DSP) TMS320F2812. A detailed performance analysis was carried out under both line and load regulation conditions. Numerical simulation and its verification results provided in this paper, prove the good agreement of the circuit with theoretical background.
Padmanaban, S., Kabalci, E., Iqbal, A., Abu-Rub, H., Ojo, O., (2015) Control strategy and hardware implementation for DCeDC boost power circuit based on proportionaleintegral compensator for high voltage application. Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 18 (2015) 163e170,. doi:10.1016/j.jestch.2014.11.005