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Optimal Design Strategy and Electro-Thermal Modelling of a High-Power Off-Board Charger for Electric Vehicle Applications. / Rasool, Haaris; Zhaksylyk, Assel; Chakraborty, Sajib; El Baghdadi, Mohamed; Hegazy, Omar.

2020 Fifteenth International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER). 2020. p. 1-9.

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Rasool, H, Zhaksylyk, A, Chakraborty, S, El Baghdadi, M & Hegazy, O 2020, Optimal Design Strategy and Electro-Thermal Modelling of a High-Power Off-Board Charger for Electric Vehicle Applications. in 2020 Fifteenth International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER). pp. 1-9, 2020 Fifteenth International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER), Monaco, Monaco, 10/09/20.

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@inproceedings{77b90696db37485d80be2e1e1c77d0e9,
title = "Optimal Design Strategy and Electro-Thermal Modelling of a High-Power Off-Board Charger for Electric Vehicle Applications",
abstract = "This paper proposes an optimal design procedure of high-power off-board charger (Off-BC) systems for electric vehicle EV applications. The main purpose is to design a high-power DC charging system with low current ripples for achieving maximum efficiency. This paper presents linear and non-linear modelling of a 175kW three-phase AC/DC converter for EV applications. This paper also presents manufacturer’s datasheet driven accurate electro-thermal modelling. The design methodology is categorized into analytical modelling of three-phase active rectifier, optimal design strategy of passive filters, and control design of DC bus voltage. Finally, closed-loop dynamic electro-thermal behavior of Off-BC is simulated using MATLAB Simulink{\circledR}. The proposed Off-BC operates with a current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) below 3{\%} and Power Factor (PF) above 99{\%}, while the highest efficiency achieved is approximately 99{\%} at rated power condition.",
keywords = "Power Electronic Converter, AC/DC converter, wide bandgap, passive filter, electric vehicle.",
author = "Haaris Rasool and Assel Zhaksylyk and Sajib Chakraborty and {El Baghdadi}, Mohamed and Omar Hegazy",
year = "2020",
month = "9",
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booktitle = "2020 Fifteenth International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER)",

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N2 - This paper proposes an optimal design procedure of high-power off-board charger (Off-BC) systems for electric vehicle EV applications. The main purpose is to design a high-power DC charging system with low current ripples for achieving maximum efficiency. This paper presents linear and non-linear modelling of a 175kW three-phase AC/DC converter for EV applications. This paper also presents manufacturer’s datasheet driven accurate electro-thermal modelling. The design methodology is categorized into analytical modelling of three-phase active rectifier, optimal design strategy of passive filters, and control design of DC bus voltage. Finally, closed-loop dynamic electro-thermal behavior of Off-BC is simulated using MATLAB Simulink®. The proposed Off-BC operates with a current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) below 3% and Power Factor (PF) above 99%, while the highest efficiency achieved is approximately 99% at rated power condition.

AB - This paper proposes an optimal design procedure of high-power off-board charger (Off-BC) systems for electric vehicle EV applications. The main purpose is to design a high-power DC charging system with low current ripples for achieving maximum efficiency. This paper presents linear and non-linear modelling of a 175kW three-phase AC/DC converter for EV applications. This paper also presents manufacturer’s datasheet driven accurate electro-thermal modelling. The design methodology is categorized into analytical modelling of three-phase active rectifier, optimal design strategy of passive filters, and control design of DC bus voltage. Finally, closed-loop dynamic electro-thermal behavior of Off-BC is simulated using MATLAB Simulink®. The proposed Off-BC operates with a current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) below 3% and Power Factor (PF) above 99%, while the highest efficiency achieved is approximately 99% at rated power condition.

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