Investigations of High Frequency Planar Power Integrated Magnetic Circuits via Finite Element Method
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High frequency (HF) magnetic devices are often used in many sorts of devices due to their lower construction dimension and high power handling. This paper introduces a new type of HF and high power density planar Integrated magnetic circuit (IMC) developed for a wide range of applications such as power supplies and DC/DC converters. The paper investigates the differences of a planar and a 'Top-Up' IMC version via FEM, introduces the concept of this special combination of inductor, capacitor and HF transformer, and visualized future investigations in the field of these HF high power density magnetic devices.
Proceedings of the XXI Symposium on Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Circuits
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Power and Energy Systems Engineering (excl. Renewable Power)
Electrical and Electronic Engineering not elsewhere classified