Rapid steady-state analysis of CLL resonant power converters

Gould, C and Bingham, Chris and Stone, D A and Foster, M P (2004) Rapid steady-state analysis of CLL resonant power converters. In: IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems - 2004, Nov 28 - Dec 01 2004, Clearwater Beach, Florida USA.

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Rapid steady-state analysis of CLL resonant power converters
Cyclic averaging techniques are applied to the CLL resonant power converter to provide steady-state converter characteristics for rapid stress analysis. This is shown to facilitate the determination of mode duties and initial conditions through knowledge of the operational modes of the rectifier at various operating frequencies. Comparisons are made with FMA-based cyclic analyses, and Spice simulations, that show, respectively, improved accuracy and vastly improved execution speeds.
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Cyclic averaging techniques are applied to the CLL resonant power converter to provide steady-state converter characteristics for rapid stress analysis. This is shown to facilitate the determination of mode duties and initial conditions through knowledge of the operational modes of the rectifier at various operating frequencies. Comparisons are made with FMA-based cyclic analyses, and Spice simulations, that show, respectively, improved accuracy and vastly improved execution speeds.

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Additional Information:Cyclic averaging techniques are applied to the CLL resonant power converter to provide steady-state converter characteristics for rapid stress analysis. This is shown to facilitate the determination of mode duties and initial conditions through knowledge of the operational modes of the rectifier at various operating frequencies. Comparisons are made with FMA-based cyclic analyses, and Spice simulations, that show, respectively, improved accuracy and vastly improved execution speeds.
Keywords:Resonant power conversion, steady state analysis, Cyclic analysis
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2547
Deposited By:INVALID USER
Deposited On:23 May 2010 20:52
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:38

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