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Author Ang, Simon S., 1957-

Title Power-switching converters
Edition Third edition / Simon Ang, Alejandro Oliva
Published [Place of publication not identified] : CRC Press, 2010
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Contents <P><STRONG>INTRODUCTION TO SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG> </P><P>Introduction </P><P> Industry trends </P><P>Linear converter </P><P> Linear series-pass regulator </P><P> Linear shunt regulator </P><P>Switching converters </P><P> Basic switching converter with resistive load </P><P> Basic switching converter with RL load </P><P>Principles of steady state converter analysis </P><P> Inductor volt-second balance </P><P> Capacitor charge balance </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>BASIC SWITCHING CONVERTER TOPOLOGIES</STRONG> </P><P>Introduction </P><P>Buck converter </P><P> Continuous mode </P><P> Discontinuous mode </P><P>Synchronous rectifier </P><P>Ripple steering </P><P>Boost converter </P><P> Continuous mode </P><P> Discontinuous mode </P><P>Buck-boost converter </P><P> Continuous mode </P><P> Discontinuous mode </P><P>Cûk converter </P><P>SEPIC converter </P><P> Continuous conduction mode </P><P> Design considerations </P><P>Zeta converter </P><P>Converter realization with non-ideal components </P><P> Inductor model </P><P> Capacitor model </P><P> Semiconductor losses </P><P> Effect of semiconductor losses on the output voltage </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P></P><P><STRONG>RESONANT CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Parallel resonant circuit -- A review </P><P>Series resonant circuit -- A review </P><P>Classification of quasi-resonant switches </P><P>Zero-current-switching quasi-resonant buck converter </P><P>Zero-current-switching quasi-resonant boost converter </P><P>Zero-voltage-switching quasi-resonant buck converter </P><P>Zero-voltage-switching quasi-resonant boost converter </P><P>Series-loaded resonant converter </P><P>Discontinuous mode ( <EM>< fs < fn</EM>) </P><P>Continuous mode (<EM>fs > f</EM><EM>n</EM> or above-resonant mode) </P><P>Continuous mode (<EM>fn < fs < fn </EM>or below-resonant mode) </P><P>Parallel-loaded resonant converter </P><P> Discontinuous mode ( <EM>< f < fn</EM>) </P><P> Continuous mode (<EM>fs > f</EM> or above-resonant mode) </P><P> Continuous mode (<EM>fn < fs < f</EM><EM>n</EM> or below-resonant mode) </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>ISOLATED SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Forward converter </P><P>Two-switch forward converter </P><P>Push-pull converter </P><P>Half-bridge switching converter </P><P>Full-bridge switching converter </P><P>Fly back converter </P><P>Two-switch fly back converter </P><P>Dual active bridge converter </P><P> Power flow control </P><P>Zero-current-switching quasi-resonant half-bridge converter </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>CONTROL SCHEMES OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Pulse-width modulation </P><P> Voltage-mode PWM scheme </P><P> Current-mode PWM scheme </P><P> Instability for D>% </P><P> Compensation with external ramp </P><P>Hysteresis control: switching current source </P><P> Steady-state analysis during t<EM>on </EM></P><P>Commercial integrated circuit controllers </P><P> Fixed-frequency voltage-mode SG controller </P><P> Variable-frequency voltage-mode TL controller </P><P> Fixed-frequency current-mode UC PWM controller </P><P> TinySwitch-II family of low power off-line switchers </P><P>Control schemes for resonant converters </P><P> Off-line controllers for resonant converters </P><P> L operation </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>CONTINUOUS-TIME MODELING OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Switching converter analysis using classical control techniques </P><P> Basic linear model of the open-loop switching converter </P><P> PWM modulator model </P><P> Averaged switching converter models </P><P> Output filter model </P><P>Summary of small-signal models of switching converters </P><P>Linear model of the voltage regulator including external perturbances</P><P> Output impedance and stability </P><P>State-space representation of switching converters </P><P> State-space averaging </P><P>Switching converter transfer functions </P><P> Source-to-state transfer functions </P><P>Input EMI filters </P><P> Stability considerations </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>ANALOG CONTROL OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Review of negative feedback using classical-control techniques </P><P> Closed-loop gain </P><P> Stability analysis </P><P> Relative stability </P><P>Linear model of the closed-loop switching converter </P><P> Feedback network </P><P> Error amplifier compensation networks </P><P> PI compensation network </P><P> PID compensation network </P><P> Proportional control </P><P>Feedback compensation in a buck converter with output capacitor ESR </P><P>Feedback compensation in a buck converter with no output capacitor ESR </P><P>Complete state feedback </P><P> Design of a control system with complete state feedback </P><P> Pole selection </P><P> Feedback gains </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>DISCRETE-TIME MODELING OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Continuous-time systems </P><P>Direct discrete model </P><P>Linear direct discrete model </P><P>Continuous-time averaged state-space model </P><P>Averaged discrete-time model of the switching converter </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>DIGITAL CONTROL OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS</STRONG> </P><P>Introduction </P><P>Proportional controller </P><P>Digital redesign of a PID controller </P><P>Design of a discrete control system with complete state feedback </P><P> Pole selection </P><P> Feedback gains </P><P> Voltage mode control </P><P> Current mode control </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>INTERLEAVED CONVERTERS</STRONG> </P><P>Introduction </P><P>Interleaved buck converter </P><P> State-space averaged model </P><P>Interleaved boost converter </P><P> State-space averaged model </P><P>Interleaved converter operation based on current-mode </P><P> Ripple calculations </P><P> Number of converters </P><P>Power factor correction </P><P>Problems </P><P></P><P><STRONG>SWITCHED CAPACITOR CONVERTERS</STRONG></P><P>Introduction </P><P>Unidirectional power flow SCC </P><P> Basic step-up converter </P><P> Basic step-down converter </P><P> Basic inverting converter </P><P>Alternative switched capacitor converter topologies </P><P> Step-down converter </P><P> Step-up converter </P&
Subject Electric current converters.
Power electronics.
Switching circuits.
Form Electronic book
Author Oliva, Alejandro.
ISBN 143989115X (PDF)
9781439891155 (PDF)