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TitleDual Active Bridge Converter with PWM Control In Solid State Transformer Application by Chenhao
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Table of Contents
                            ABSTRACT
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES
Chapter 1. Introduction
	1.1 Introduction to Solid-state Transformer
	1.2 Thesis Objective and Outline
		1.2.1 Thesis Objective
		1.2.2 Outline
Chapter 2. Analysis of Dual Active Bridge
	2.1 Introduction of Dual Active Bridge
	2.2 Steady State Operation Analysis
		2.2.1 Operation Principles
			Interval 1 ()
			Transition from Inverter 1 to Interval 2
			Interval 2 ()
			Transition From Interval 2 to Interval 1’
		2.2.2 Soft-switching Constraints
	2.3 High Frequency Transformer Design Analysis
		Buck Mode
		Boost Mode
	2.4 Drawbacks of DAB with Phase-shift Modulation
	2.5 Summary
Chapter 3. Analysis of Dual Active Bridge with PWM Control
	3.1 Introduction
	3.2 Single PWM Control of DAB
		3.2.1 Buck Mode
			3.2.1.1 Operation Principles and Soft-Switching Constraints
		3.2.2 Boost Mode
		3.2.3 Transformer Design for DAB with Single PWM
			Buck Mode
			Boost Mode
	3.3 Dual PWM Control of DAB
	3.4 Composite Scheme
	3.5 Effect of Switch Output Capacitance
		3.5.1 Analysis for Single PWM Situation
		3.5.2 Analysis for Dual PWM Situation
	3.6 Summary
Chapter 4. PWM of DAB in the Solid-state Transformer
	4.1 Introduction
	4.2 Converter Design and Capacitor Evaluation
		4.2.1 Converter Design
		4.2.2 Capacitor Evaluation
	4.3 Simulation Results
		4.3.1 Simulation with PSM Control
		4.3.2 Simulation with PWM Control
	4.4 Experiment Verification
		4.4.1 DAB Converter Power Stage Design
		4.4.2 High-frequency Transformer and Inductor Design
			4.4.2.1 Transformer Design
			4.4.2.2 Inductor Design
		4.4.3 Prototype DAB Converter Test Results
			4.4.3.1 Tests Results with DC Load
			4.4.3.2 Tests Results with AC Load
Chapter 5. Conclusion
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