Special Issue "Design and Optimization of High-Frequency Power Converter"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020).
Interests: power electronics; energy conversion; circuit design; digital programming
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High-frequency power converters are switching power converters that use high-frequency switching techniques. One of advantages this provides is improved power density, which reduces the system size. This has been applied to recent industrial applications such as solar microinverters, server power supplies, and electric vehicle chargers. At the same time, the use of wide band-gap devices, such as SiC and GaN, creates new challenges for the compact design of high-frequency power converters. With the development of advanced devices, many technical aspects require deep investigation to optimize the design of high-frequency power converters.
This Special Issue focuses on the design and optimization of high-frequency power converters. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Topology, control, and modulation of high-frequency power converters;
- High-frequency switching techniques (resonant switching, switched capacitor);
- High-frequency switching circuits (magnetic design, gate driving circuit);
- Circuit count reduction design of high-frequency power converters;
- Application of wide band-gap devices in high-frequency power conversion;
- Layout and design techniques for high-frequency power converters;
- Industrial applications of high-frequency power converters.
Prof. Dr. Woo-Young Choi
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