A novel AC-AC converter based SiC for domestic induction cooking applications
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This paper presents the analysis and design of a new high frequency ac-ac converter applied to domestic induction heating. The proposed topology uses only four switches to control power. Converter operation is same as a conventional class D inverter. Working above the resonant frequency, a sinusoidal input current and a unit power factor are obtained. To bring higher efficiency and power density, application of emerging SiC technology in proposed converter has been evaluated. The analytical and simulation results have been verified by means of a 380-W induction heating prototype.
CitationSalehifar, M. [et al.]. A novel AC-AC converter based SiC for domestic induction cooking applications. A: IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC). "IEEE Catalog Number: CFP13APE-USB". Long Beach, California: 2013.
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