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Title: A phase-shift controlled bi-directional DC-DC converter
Authors: Chan, HL
Cheng, KWE 
Sutanto, D
Keywords: Capacitors
Current voltage characteristics
Electric conductance
Electric filters
Electric potential
MOSFET devices
Phase shift
Semiconductor diodes
Transformer windings
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: IEEE
Source: 42nd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems proceedings : August 8-11, 1999, Corbett Center, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, p. 723-726 How to cite?
Abstract: The newly developed phase-shift controlled bi-directional DC-DC converter has the conventional features of phase-shifted converters, including zero-voltage switching (ZVS) and constant switching frequency. However, it has been improved by developing a bi-directional power flow capability and applying synchronous rectification, hence the on-state voltage drop of the active devices are small.
ISBN: 0-7803-5491-5
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