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Title: Dynamic response and stability margin improvement of wireless power receiver systems via right-half-plane zero elimination
Authors: Li, Kerui
Tan, Siew-Chong
Hui, Ron Shu-Yuen
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2021
Source: Li, K., Tan, S. & Hui, R. S. (2021). Dynamic response and stability margin improvement of wireless power receiver systems via right-half-plane zero elimination. IEEE Transactions On Power Electronics, 36(10), 11196-11207.
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
Abstract: The series-series compensation topology is widely adopted in many wireless power transfer applications. For such systems, their wireless power receiver part typically involves a DC-DC converter with front-stage full-bridge diode rectifier, to process the high-frequency transmitted AC power into a DC output voltage for the load. It is recently reported that the current source nature of the series-series compensation will introduce right-half-plane (RHP) zeros into the small-signal transfer functions of the DC-DC converter of the wireless power receiver, which will severely affect the stability and dynamic response of the system. To resolve this issue, in this paper, it is proposed to adopt a different rectifier configuration for the system such that the input current to the DC-DC converter becomes controllable to eliminate the presence of RHP zeros of the small-signal transfer functions of the system. This rectifier can be applied to different wireless power receivers using the buck, buck-boost, or boost converters. As compared with the original wireless power receivers, the modified ones feature minimum-phase characteristics and hence ease the design of compensator. Theoretical and experimental results are provided. The comparative experimental results verify the elimination of the RHP zero, improved dynamic responses of reference tracking and against load disturbances, and a larger stability margin.
ISSN: 0885-8993
DOI: 10.1109/TPEL.2021.3074324
Schools: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
Rights: © 2021 IEEE. All rights reserved.
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