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DC current for H-Bridge converter

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ambreesh

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current fed bridge converter

Hi,

Could some one tell me what is the DC current through inductor for:
1. H-Bridge converter
2. Current fed bridge converter

I had calculated it to be V(out)/R. Kindly tell me if it is correct
 

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Re: H- Bridge converter

If it is voltage fed, Vout/R is correct and Vout would be some voltage below your source voltage. This would depend on the duty ratio of the switches.

If it is current fed, the current in the inductor would be the current that you are providing from the source.

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