I would like to produce a buck/boost converter that can convert 24V to 48V with a 40A max. output current. It would be used to control a DC motor, specifically the MY1016Z3 DC motor.
I cannot use a 48V source directly because it is for a competition which requires that the battery voltage is 24V.
I have done some testing with the Texas Instruments power stage designer, and according to it, at 20Khz PWM, I would need at least a ~45 μH 100A inductor which I can get.
I would use a 4 switch buck boost converter so that I can decrease losses and also the output voltage.
I just want to check that such a converter is possible with a reasonably high efficiency.