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    An Extremely low ripple high voltage power supply for pulsed current applications

    , Article IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics ; Volume 35, Issue 8 , 2020 , Pages 7991-8001 Zarghani, M ; Mohsenzade, S ; Hadizade, A ; Kaboli, S ; Sharif University of Technology
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc  2020
    This article describes the development of an 18 kV, 30 kW power supply for a pulsed current load with the maximum current of 20 A and a di/dt equal to 100 A/μs. The achieved output ripple is less than 0.01%. In such a high level of precision, the most important issues are considerable difference between the instantaneous and average output powers, as well as insufficient reaction speed of the converter to the fast load change. Very low level of the voltage feedback and its sensitivity to the noise. The first issue necessitates a notable overdesign of the converter switches if the output voltage precision is dedicated to the converter. The second issue raises the problems relevant to... 

    Designing an adjustable wide range regulated current source

    , Article IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics ; Volume 25, Issue 1 , 2010 , Pages 197-208 ; 08858993 (ISSN) Beiranvand, R ; Rashidian, B ; Zolghadri, M. R ; Alavi, S. M. H ; Sharif University of Technology
    LLC resonant converter has been used widely as dc-dc converter for achieving constant dc voltage. In this paper, an LLC resonant converter, by adding an inductance to its conventional topology and considering the rectifying stage stray inductances, is proposed for an adjustable wide range regulated current source (20-200 A dc) for using as ion implanter's filament power supply. The additional inductor increases output current adjustment range and efficiency, especially at light loads. Transformer's leakage inductances and rectifying stage stray inductances have been considered. Because of these inductances, the rectifier stage always works in continuous conduction mode, and its conduction...