A bidirectional converter for battery based energy system for residential applications
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This Master thesis presents a bidirectional converter controlled by an energy management control system that is designed for a small scale residential application. The bidirectional converter is composed of four leg floating interleaved Buck-Boost converters to provide high power density and high DC-DC voltage gain for grid connection. The bidirectional converter is used to interface battery cells which are used to store excess solar energy and provide them to the load when needed. The energy management control system is composed of two levels: A high energy management control level and a low ...