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Publication . Article . 2018

Conducted EMI Prediction and Mitigation Strategy Based on Transfer Function for a High-Low Voltage DC-DC Converter in Electric Vehicle

Li Zhai; Tao Zhang; Yu Cao; Sipeng Yang; Steven Kavuma; Huiyuan Feng;
Open Access
Published: 24 Apr 2018 Journal: Energies, volume 11, page 1,028 (eissn: 1996-1073, Copyright policy )
Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
The high dv/dt and di/dt outputs from power devices in a high-low voltage DC-DC converter on electric vehicles (EVs) can always introduce the unwanted conducted electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions. A conducted EMI prediction and mitigation strategy that is based on transfer function for the high-low voltage DC-DC converter in EVs are proposed. A complete test for the DC-DC converter is conducted to obtain the conducted EMI from DC power cables in the frequency band of 150 kHz-108 MHz. The equivalent circuit with high-frequency parasitic parameters of the DC-DC converter is built`1 based on the measurement results to acquire the characteristics of the conducted EMI of the DC power cables. The common mode (CM) and differential mode (DM) propagation coupling paths are determined, and the corresponding transfer functions of the DM interference and CM interference are established. The simulation results of the conducted EMI can be obtained by software Matlab and Computer Simulation Technology (CST). By analyzing the transfer functions and the simulation results, the dominated interference is the CM interference, which is the main factor of the conducted EMI. A mitigation strategy for the design of the CM interference filter based on the dominated CM interference is proposed. Finally, the mitigation strategy of the conducted EMI is verified by performing the conducted voltage experiment. From the experiment results, the conducted voltage of the DC power cables is decreased, respectively, by 58 dBμV, 55 dBμV, 65 dBμV, 53 dBμV, and 54 dBμV at frequency 200 kHz, 400 kHz, 600 kHz, 1.4 MHz, and 50 MHz. The conduced voltage in the frequency band of 150 kHz–108 MHz can be mitigated by adding the CM interference filters, and the values are lower than the limit level-3 of CISPR25 standard (GB/T 18655-2010).
Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Interference filter Electrical engineering business.industry business Equivalent circuit Interference (communication) Physics Low voltage EMI Voltage Conducted electromagnetic interference Common-mode signal

Library of Congress Subject Headings: lcsh:Technology lcsh:T

Subjects

Energy (miscellaneous), Energy Engineering and Power Technology, Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Control and Optimization, Engineering (miscellaneous), electric vehicle, high-low voltage DC-DC converter, conducted EMI, transfer function, EMI filter design, electric vehicle; high-low voltage DC-DC converter; conducted EMI; transfer function; EMI filter design

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