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Masters Thesis | Electrical & Electronics Engineering | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
Utilizing a Bidirectional 3 - Phase Electric Vehicle Charger with Buck and Boost Converter (V2G and G2V Application)
Padmakar Tripathi | Saurabh V. Kumar | R. Bhaskar 
Abstract: This paper studies performance of a bidirectional three phase electric vehicle charger for Grid to Vehicle (G2V) and Vehicle to Grid (V2G) application. A bidirectional charger is made up of semiconductor based buck converter and boost converter. Electric vehicle charger stations will be opened all over India in the future, just as petrol and diesel stations are open. Buck and boost topology has been used in this paper. From which the battery is charged (G2V) and discharged (V2G). Buck and Boost Converter is a power electronics device. The ink bidirectional charger accomplishes the task in two different ways: (a) By using a rectifier to convert AC to DC (process G2V). (b) Use an inverter to convert DC to AC (V2G process). The charger is set up to work with a three - phase, 415 V, 50 Hz power source. In various operating conditions, the three - phase bidirectional charger's performance has been examined in the Matlab system. Even with an unbalanced load and grid, this bidirectional charger will function properly.
Keywords: Bidirectional Charger, G2V and V2G, PLL, EV
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 946 - 950