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|Title: ||Analysis of switching dc-dc converters using a grid-point approach|
|Authors: ||Leung, Frank H. F.|
Tam, Peter K. S.
Kwok, D. P.
Cheung, C. Y.
|Subjects: ||Closed loop control systems|
Electric control equipment
Electric network synthesis
Switching dc-dc converter
|Issue Date: ||1994 |
|Citation: ||IECON '94 : proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Industrial Electronics, Control and Instrumentation : September 5-9, 1994, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, p. 646-650.|
|Abstract: ||A switching dc-dc converter in closed-loop steady-state constitutes an operating point in the space of parameters describing its model. The inadequacy of conventional design of regulated converters, which is based on the assumption of small-signal perturbations about a single operating point, is addressed. A systematic and general modelling based on a grid-point approach is thus proposed. Under this modelling approach, multiple operating points within the parameter space are reduced to some defined grid-points describing the complete operation space of a regulated converter subjected to large-signal disturbances. The operation subspace of a given grid-point is analyzed. An example based on a PWM-type boost converter is to be given.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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