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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Comparative Analysis Of Topologies Used In SEPIC Converter For Power Factor Correction

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AUTHOR(S)

Pallavi M. Patode, Shrikant S. Mopari

 

KEYWORDS

Conventional SEPIC PFC, Modified Multiplier SEPIC PFC, PI Controller, PID Controller

 

ABSTRACT

Expensive use of power electronic devices in various applications of power system which could result in power quality issues like low power factor, high THD, high electric stresses and complexity in cascaded connection. In order to overcome the above problems, there is a need to operate converter at unity power factor. In this work, a new modified multiplier SEPIC PFC topology is proposed and Comparative analysis has been carried out with conventional single stage SEPIC PFC topology. The performance of proposed topology can be Inspected by carrying simulation in MATLAB environment with PI and PID controller. The obtained results justice effectiveness of proposed work.

 

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