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IEEE 2016 - 2017 Power Electronics Projects
1.Front-End Isolated Quasi-Z-Source DC-DC Converter Modules in Series for Photovoltaic High Voltage DC Applications





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2.A Single-Phase PV Quasi-Z-Source Inverter With Reduced Capacitance Using Modified Modulation and Double-Frequency Ripple Suppression Control





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3.Highly Efficient Asymmetrical PWM Full-Bridge Converter for Renewable Energy Sources





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4.A High-Efficiency Flyback Micro-inverter With a New Adaptive Snubber for Photovoltaic Applications





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5.An Optimal Method to Design a Trap-CL Filter for a PV AC-Module Based on Flyback Inverter





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6.Design and Analysis of a High Efficiency DC–DC Converter With Soft Switching Capability for Renewable Energy Applications Requiring High Voltage Gain





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7.Single Phase Cascaded H5 Inverter with Leakage Current Elimination for Transformerless Photovoltaic System





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1.Development of DC/DC Converter for Battery Energy Storage Supporting Railway DC Feeder Systems





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2.High Efficiency Bi-Directional Converter for Flywheel Energy Storage Application





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3.Series-Parallel Connection of Low-Voltage Sources for Integration of Galvanically Isolated Energy Storage System





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1.A bidirectional single-stage three-phase Rectifier with high-frequency Isolation and power factor Correction





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2.A High-Voltage SiC-Based Boost PFC for LED Applications





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3.Control of a Single-Stage Three-Phase Boost Power Factor Correction Rectifier





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4.LCL Filter Design for Three-phase Two-level Power Factor Correction using Line Impedance Stabilization Network





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5.New AC–DC Power Factor Correction Architecture Suitable for High-Frequency Operation





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