Isolated multiple-input single ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC) and applications
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This document explores the isolated multiple-input single ended primary inductor converter (IMISEPIC) and discusses its application. This thesis proposes the following control methods such as current feed-forward control, voltage feedback control and maximum power point control to analyze the IMISEPIC. Zero-ripple technique is also applied to IMISEPIC in order to increase the converter’s life-time. Design strategy and concerns about the IMISEPIC are also presented, and simulations and circuit experiments are conducted to verify the analysis. Finally, the discussion about control limitation is used for future design consideration.