Power Electronics Intensive Solution for Integrated Converters and Ignition System for Plug-In-Vehicles

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M. BATOOL
S.A. SAJJAD
B. A. BAKAR
A. ALI

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: It’s a big challenge for system designers to power today’s portable world. Battery’s use as a quality power source is on peak. Plug-in-hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles and the hybrid vehicles are being manufactured by the automotive manufacturers for improving fuel economy and reducing emissions. This paper proposes the bidirectional power converter stage for igniting the car when its battery is exhausted. This paper also proposes the efficient integration of the converter which is bidirectional in the company of a solo stage charger which is of the type i-e on-board. This concept is proved by simulating, having limitation of power i-e 20 kW while operating in propulsion mode plus 8.4kW while operating in charging mode, the design and corroborating it at a variety of power stages. The maximum efficiencies that are obtained by operation of regenerative braking is 95% and that of propulsion operation is 97%.

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M. BATOOL, S.A. SAJJAD, B. A. BAKAR, & A. ALI. (2018). Power Electronics Intensive Solution for Integrated Converters and Ignition System for Plug-In-Vehicles . Sindh University Research Journal - SURJ (Science Series), 50(3D). https://doi.org/10.26692/surj.v50i3D.1122
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