Reator eletrônico para lâmpadas de descarga em alta pressão baseado no conversor biflyback inversor
KIRSTEN, André Luís. Electronic ballast for high intensity discharge lamps based on biflyback inverter topology. 2011. 199 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Engenharia Elétrica) - Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, 2011.
Kirsten, André Luís
The study of the best utilization of high intensity discharge lamps deals with the great global concern with energy efficiency. Electronic ballasts are the current devices that can make the good use of high luminous efficacy and the long useful life of these lamps. This work aims to develop an electronic ballast to supply high intensity discharge lamps. In order to avoid the acoustic resonance phenomenon occurrence, the lamp is supplied with low frequency square waveform. Power control and voltage inversion stage in the lamp are developed by the biflyback inverter topology. The analysis and design of this topology were performed, as well as the development of resonant inversion methodology of the lamp voltage. It is proposed one study, qualitative and quantitative, of active converters to provide the power factor correction, and their integration with the biflyback inverter topology. Buck biflyback inverter topology is chosen to the implementation of practical experiments, in order to validate the present work. The converter modeling, considering the lamp dynamic, such as the stability analysis and theoretical control strategy of current and lamp power are presented. Experimental results show that the proposed electronic ballast has the follow characteristics: high power factor (0.97), low input current harmonic distortion, high efficiency (88%) and not visible occurrence of acoustic resonance phenomenon.