Magnetic Integration For High Density And High Efficiency Applications

Magnetic Integration For High Density And High Efficiency Applications

  • Date of Publication 15 Sep 2005
  • Meeting end date 16 Sep 2005
  • Location Dresden, Germany
  • Conference/Proceedings European Center for Power Electronics e. V., September 2005. ECPE ‘05. Seminar: “Power Supplies”

The tutorial will present a comprehensive overview of the integrated and quasi-integrated magnetic concepts and implementations. In the quest for higher power densities and higher efficiency integrated magnetic structures have become more popular. There will be presented many forms of integrated magnetic in close correlation with converter topologies. Included are several structures wherein the transformer and the storage elements are placed on the same magnetic core, forming the traditional integrated magnetic with emphasis on the latest trends. In addition to this will be presented structures wherein two independent power trains are placed on the same standard magnetic core and structures wherein the main transformer and a signal transformer are sharing the same magnetic core without interference. The focus for the integrated magnetic will be for low profile and or planar magnetic structures. Ripple steering in new applications will also be presented. There will be presented the advantages of different forms of magnetic integration in very high current and low voltage application. The seminar will also show present and future trends in magnetic integration and new forms of planar magnetic.