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|Title: ||Bifurcation in parallel-connected buck converters under a democratic current sharing scheme|
|Authors: ||Iu, Herbert Ho-ching|
Tse, C. K. Michael
|Subjects: ||Bifurcation (mathematics)|
Control system synthesis
Discrete time control systems
Electric current control
|Issue Date: ||2001 |
|Citation: ||ISIE 2001 : 2001 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics proceedings : June 12-16, 2001, Pusan, Korea, p. 2118-2123.|
|Abstract: ||This paper describes the bifurcation phenomena of a system of parallel-connected dc/dc converters. The results provide useful information for the design of stable current sharing in a democratic (central-limit control) configuration. Computer simulations are performed to capture the effects of variation of some chosen parameters on the qualitative behaviour of the system. It is found that variation of the voltage feedback gains leads to standard period-doubling bifurcation. A discrete-time map is derived and analysis is presented to establish the possibility of the bifurcation phenomena.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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