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You don't need an H-bridge and use any single NorP FET for 24 VDC.
Wow that is 1440 watts.
The biggest ones I have are 300 watts at about $100.oo each it would take 20 of them to drive your motor in an H bridge.
It is a simple circuit with the mosfets stacked not much different than the inverter circuit in this Instructable.
Just instead of converting DC to AC you would be using it to drive a motor.
The thing is the power parts try this supplier
Well, Google is your friend....PWM signla generation using a 555 timer.H-Bridge configurations and circuit options.And you might be able to use a gate driver in the form of a toroid transformer - again Google is your friend.
i wouldn't dream of not using a driver, personally. Pushing the required gate current into the pin is not trivial. Get it wrong, your main fets over
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