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Modular Tri-port Hi gh-Power Converter for SRM based Plug-in

H ybrid Electrical Trucks


Abstract:
This paperpresentsa mo dular tri-port high-power converter for SRM based PHETs is
proposed to combine the multipl e electrical energy components into one conver ter. The modular
tri-port high-power converter ca n not only support flexible energy flow, but als o support
parallel and series winding connection s according to different conditions. Furthermore, AC grid
connecting nodes are also devel oped in the drive, which allows the proposed converter to work
as a grid connecting charger with out extra facilities.
Existing method:
The existing method des cribesthere are mainly two drawbacks in exis ting technologies
for the PHET applications. (1) The state-of-the-art on-board converters only a chieve converter
integration for EV applications; while for the PHET applications, more energy components are
on board; no integration converter has been reported yet, which combine genera tor, battery bank
and motor in one converter and also support flexible energy flows. Especiall y for high power
level background, no solutions have been put forward yet. (2) Charging technology without
charging station has been explor ed in induction machines, PMSMs and SRMs. However, either
complicated motor structure or power electronics topology are used to achieve the grid-
connection function.
Proposed method:
The proposed method proposes, tri-port topology for three-phase 12 sl ots 8 poles SRM
based PHET is presented in Fig.1. A1, A2, A3 and A4 are the phase A windings. Na1 and Na2 are
the AC grid connecting points, and S1~S8 are the Insulated Gate Bi polar Transistors (IGBTs).
Phase B and phase C h ave the sametopology with phase A. The proposed topology has a
modular structure that is convvenient for massive production. Two single-ph ase inverters are
employed for each phase. Co mpared with the traditional asymmetrical ha lf-bridge driving
topology for SRM, the proposed converter is easier to manufacture.
Block diagram of the prop osed method:

Proposed tri-port high power SRM driving topology.


Drawbacks of existing met hod:
1. Especially for high power level background, no solutions have been put f orward yet .
Advantages of proposed m ethod:
1. Compared with the traditional asymmetrical half-bridge driving topology for SRM, the
proposed converter is easier to manufacture.
Applications:
Switched reluctance motors for p lug in hybrid electric trucks (PHETs) applicatio ns.
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