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By Hebertt J. Sira-Ramirez, Ramón Silva-Ortigoza

This publication offers particularly with keep watch over theories appropriate to the layout of regulate devices for switched energy electronics units, for the main half represented through DC–DC converters and provides, through rectifiers of alternative varieties and by way of inverters with various topologies. The theoretical equipment for designing controllers in linear and nonlinear platforms are followed by means of a number of case experiences and examples displaying their software within the rising box of strength electronics.

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Circuit topologies involved in the Boost converter. 11. i E L u v u C R Fig. 11. DC-to-DC Boost converter with an ideal switch. 1 Model of the Converter To obtain the dynamics of the Boost converter, we may apply Kirchoff’s laws in each one of the circuit topologies arising as a consequence of the two switch positions. The first circuit topology is obtained when the switch position function is set to adopt the numerical value u = 1, and the second circuit topology is obtained when the switch position function takes the value u = 0.

In this prototype circuit we will be implementing a feedback control law designed for the regulation of this system. 2 The Buck Converter 19 The Buck converter was designed for an operation frequency of 45 kHz. 6 depicts a photograph of the actual circuit. INDUCTOR CURRENT SENSOR BUCK CONVERTER Fig. 6. Picture of the experimental Buck system. 5 we remark that the experimental Buck converter prototype consists of the following parts: Buck system (which includes the Buck converter, the inductor current sensor, the capacitor voltage sensor and the driver ) and the actuator, represented by a Σ − ∆-modulator or its corresponding sliding mode (SM) counterpart.

24. The input circuit in the C´ uk converter is, clearly, a Boost, converter and the output circuit is seen to be a Buck converter. Thus, we may also think of the C´ uk converter as a “Boost-Buck ” converter. In contradistinction to the basic topologies, the C´ uk converter requires two (dependent) switches instead of one as well as two inductors L1 , L2 , and two capacitors; one for storing the energy and the second one to transfer the energy from the input circuit towards the output circuit load.

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