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Immediate Analysis of Periodic Steady States in Switched DC-DC Converters via SPICE

Originální název

Immediate Analysis of Periodic Steady States in Switched DC-DC Converters via SPICE

Anglický název

Immediate Analysis of Periodic Steady States in Switched DC-DC Converters via SPICE

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The method of immediate analysis of periodic steady states in switched DC-DC converters operating in the continuous current mode is described. The initial conditions, which correspond to the periodic steady state, are found in the first step. They are used consequently for the conventional transient analysis. A special SPICE model of the converter finds automatically these initial conditions, which are then available within the transient analysis. The method works both for the well-known behavioral models of switched converters and also for models which employ complex nonlinear SPICE models of semiconductor switches.

Anglický abstrakt

The method of immediate analysis of periodic steady states in switched DC-DC converters operating in the continuous current mode is described. The initial conditions, which correspond to the periodic steady state, are found in the first step. They are used consequently for the conventional transient analysis. A special SPICE model of the converter finds automatically these initial conditions, which are then available within the transient analysis. The method works both for the well-known behavioral models of switched converters and also for models which employ complex nonlinear SPICE models of semiconductor switches.

BibTex


@article{BUT92146,
  author="Dalibor {Biolek} and Viera {Biolková} and Zdeněk {Kolka}",
  title="Immediate Analysis of Periodic Steady States in Switched DC-DC Converters via SPICE",
  annote="The method of immediate analysis of periodic steady states in switched DC-DC converters operating in the continuous current mode is described. The initial conditions, which correspond to the periodic steady state, are found in the first step. They are used consequently for the conventional transient analysis. A special SPICE model of the converter finds automatically these initial conditions, which are then available within the transient analysis. The method works both for the well-known behavioral models of switched converters and also for models which employ complex nonlinear SPICE models of semiconductor switches.",
  address="Spolenost pro radiotechnické inženýrství",
  chapter="92146",
  institution="Spolenost pro radiotechnické inženýrství",
  number="1",
  volume="21",
  year="2012",
  month="april",
  pages="386--391",
  publisher="Spolenost pro radiotechnické inženýrství",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}