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Jimmie J. Cathey
A single-phase, buck-boost based, dual-output AC-DC converter is studied in this thesis. The converter has two DC outputs with opposite polarities, which share the same ground with the input power line. The power stage performance, including the input filter, is studied and procedure to select power components is given. The circuit model is analyzed to develop appropriate control. Zerocrossing distortion of the source input current is addressed and a solution is proposed. Experimental results are satisfactory in that a high power factor line current results for steady-state operation.
Li, Qiang, "ANALYSIS, DESIGN, AND LABORATORY EVALUATION OF A DISTRIBUTED UNIFIED POWER FLOW CONTROLLER CONCEPT" (2006). University of Kentucky Doctoral Dissertations. 347.