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  1. yalinichandra


    Sep 11, 2015
    sir/mam,our objective is to design a transformer-less adjustable voltage quadruple dc–dc converter with high-voltage transfer gain.that is propose a transformer-less high step dc-dc converter which will be at low cost and convinient for control.
    and i use resonant dc-dc converter while the input voltage is a dc supply and get the output is given to the grid that is dc type of,please send the TITLE about our project.
  2. duke37


    Jan 9, 2011
    I do not see a way of getting a resonant circuit without an inductor. If you have an inductor, just put a secondary winding on it and so make a transformer.

    A way of getting a high voltage without a transformer or inductor is to use a voltage multiplier. See Cockcroft-Walton multiplier. A large multiplication is difficult as is large currents. Voltage triplers were used in television sets to get the CRT anode voltage.
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