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Circuit World ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Pradeep Vishnuram ◽  
Ramachandiran Gunabalan

Purpose Induction heating applications aided by power electronic control have become very attractive in the recent past. For cooking applications, power electronics circuits are very suitable to feed power to multi loads with an appropriate control technique. The purpose of this paper is to develop a three leg inverter to feed power to three loads simultaneously and independently. Design/methodology/approach Pulse density modulation control technique is used to control the output power independently with constant switching frequency. Findings Multi-load handling converter with independent power control is achieved with reduced number of switching devices (two switches/per load) with simple control strategy. Originality/value The proposed system is simulated in MATLAB/Simulink, and the thermal analysis is carried out in COMSOL multi-physics software. The hardware realisation is performed for a 1 kW prototype with 20 kHz switching frequency and 10 kHz pulse density modulation frequency. PIC16F877A microcontroller is used to validate the experimental results for various values of control signals (DPDM). The simulation and experimental results are in good agreement and validates the developed system.

2021 ◽  
Vol 33 (1) ◽  
pp. 9
A. J. Fernando ◽  
K. S. P. Amaratunga ◽  
D. A. N. Dharmasena ◽  
R. M. R. D. Abeyrathna ◽  
I. L. Gajasinghe ◽  

2021 ◽  
Vol 15 ◽  
pp. 111-114
S. Messaoud ◽  
F. Siserir ◽  
Y. Boucetta ◽  
M. Traiche ◽  
L. Henni ◽  

In this paper, we describe the design of the synchronization and power unit controller (SPUC) for CO2 laser cable marking system inline-processing. It is mainly composed of a synchronization and modulation control circuits. Power control of output laser beam is achieved by pulse width modulation (PWM). The synchronization between the CO2 laser, the rotating mask disk and the pivoting mirror is performed by a Lab VIEW based program and National Instruments (NI).

Electronics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (21) ◽  
pp. 2645
Gaojun Meng ◽  
Yang Lu ◽  
Haitao Liu ◽  
Yuan Ye ◽  
Yukun Sun ◽  

In order to efficiently use energy storage resources while meeting the power grid primary frequency modulation requirements, an adaptive droop coefficient and SOC balance-based primary frequency modulation control strategy for energy storage is proposed. Taking the SOC of energy storage battery as the control quantity, the depth of energy storage output is adaptively adjusted to prevent the saturation or exhaustion of energy storage SOC. The balanced control strategy is introduced to realize the rational utilization of resources and the fast balance of SOC in the process of primary frequency modulation of energy storage battery under different charge states. Then, four evaluation indexes are proposed to evaluate the effect of primary frequency modulation and SOC maintenance. Taking a regional power grid as an example, a simulation analysis is carried out under step load disturbance and continuous load disturbance. According to the simulation results, the proposed control strategy is effective in power system frequency regulation and battery SOC maintenance.

2021 ◽  
Vol 33 (5) ◽  
pp. 1178-1189
Takeharu Hayashi ◽  
Yoshihiko Takahashi ◽  
Satoru Yamaguchi ◽  

We are developing a small compact electric vehicle for shopping purposes. In this study, we fabricated an experimental vehicle, that uses only six small rechargeable AA batteries (7.2 V, approximately 2 A·h) as an electric power source. The vehicle user can select between two driving positions: standing and sitting. A compact transmission with a 90-W DC motor and a speed controller that uses pulse width modulation control was designed as an actuating system. Running experiments were conducted to observe the performance of the fabricated vehicle on a flat floor in a gymnasium. The fabricated vehicle was able to operate for 52 min at a speed of 2.73 km/h. The getting-on and getting-off processes in the vehicle were repeated many times during shopping. The human leg strain while getting on and off the vehicle was investigated by electromyogram measurement. During the getting-on and getting-off processes in the vehicle, the myoelectric potential of the quadriceps increased in the sitting position but did not increase in the standing position. The experimental results show that a user suffers more strain in the sitting position than in the standing position.

2021 ◽  
Ye Hairui ◽  
Ao Bing ◽  
Bai Song ◽  
Deng Xingyan ◽  
Xu Dongshu ◽  

Mohamad Rodhi Faiz ◽  
Julieta Septi Kusumaningdyah ◽  
Aripriharta ◽  
Fazira Ilyana Abdul Razak

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