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Volume 314, 2020International Cross-Industry Safety Conference (ICSC) – International Symposium on Aircraft Technology, MRO and Operations (ISATECH) (ICSC-ISATECH 2019)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||International Symposium on Aircraft Technology, MRO and Operations|
|Published online||29 May 2020|
1.2kW Interleaved synchronous buck converter design for aviation systems
Bilecik Seyh Edebali University, Department of Engineering, Turkey
2 Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Department of Mechatronics, Turkey
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The principal aim of this work is to design a battery-operated 1.2kW interleaved synchronous buck converter for aviation systems to obtain lower losses compared to the existing topologies. It is desired to achieve at least a 5% loss reduction. Military aircrafts such as F-22 and civil aircraft as Boeing 787 are using the 270V DC for their battery systems. Although 270V DC system has some advantages such as reducing loses and the passive element sizes, old avionics that have been designed, produced and used since the second world war may not be compatible with the 270V DC system. Conversion from 270V to 28V appears to be quite promising for both old and new systems. Therefore, a buck converter design for 270 to 28V conversion is proposed in this study to adapt older avionics technology to accommodate new achievements. The analysis of the SiC MOSFET based interleaved synchronous buck converter with a double loop PI controller is presented. The paper demonstrates the principles of the design and discusses possible future developments. The concept is verified using simulations.
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