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|Title: ||An adaptive sliding mode controller for buck converter in continuous conduction mode|
|Authors: ||Tan, Siew-chong|
Lai, Y. M.
Tse, C. K. Michael
Cheung, Martin Kin-ho
|Subjects: ||Adaptive control systems|
|Issue Date: ||2004 |
|Citation: ||APEC 2004 : 19th annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition : 22-26 February 2004, Anaheim, California, p. 1395-1400.|
|Abstract: ||This paper proposes a new adaptive sliding mode controller for buck converter operating in the continuous conduction mode. Through gain scheduling, the controller is designed to monitor the output loading condition, and adaptively changes its control parameters to give optimal dynamic performances corresponding to any loading variations. Simulations have been carried out to verify the idea. The results show faster transient response and reduced steady state error during over-loaded operation, and improved controller's reliability during under-loaded operation, under the adaptive controller.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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