Design of Multi Input Converter Topology for Distinct Energy Sources

  • Chirag Gupta Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
  • Vikas K Aharwal Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
Keywords: Multi Input Converter (MIC), multiple sources, Buck Boost operation, DC-DC converter


Two input energy sources are introduced in the suggested Multi input DC-DC converter topologies. The converters may send power to the load from both the input and output energy sources at the same time. The capacity to execute the buck, boost, and buck-boost modes of operation using the same structure, as well as the ability to transmit power to the load even if any one of the input energy sources fails, are the key advantages of the upgraded converter over the basic design. As a result, the MATLAB/Simulink platform was used to do a full software simulation of the enhanced converter. The state topology of the converter is illustrated independently for the buck, boost, and buck boost operations, indicating the integration of two renewable energy sources. In comparison to current converter topologies that have been published in the literature, the suggested converters offer various advantages such as a lower component count, a compact construction, and efficient energy usage


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