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|Title: ||General design issues of sliding-mode controllers in DC-DC converters|
|Authors: ||Tan, Siew-chong|
Lai, Y. M.
Tse, C. K. Michael
|Subjects: ||DC-DC converter|
Sliding-mode (SM) control
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2008|
|Source: ||IEEE transactions on industrial electronics, Mar. 2008, v. 55, no. 3, p. 1160-1174.|
|Abstract: ||This paper examines the practical design issues of sliding-mode (SM) controllers as applied to the control of dc-dc converters. A comprehensive review of the relevant literature is first provided. Major problems that prevent the use of SM control in dc-dc converters for industrial and commercial applications are investigated. Possible solutions are derived, and practical design procedures are outlined. The performance of SM control is compared with that of conventional linear control in terms of transient characteristics. It has been shown that the use of SM control can lead to an improved robustness in providing consistent transient responses over a wide range of operating conditions.|
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