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 JCC  Vol.2 No.13 , November 2014
State Variable Model for Considering the Parasitic Inductor Resistance on the Open Loop Performance of DC to DC Converters
Abstract: This paper shows DC and small-signal circuit models for the PWM DC to DC buck, boost and back/ boost converters with the equivalent series resistance of the inductor. The DC voltage transfer function and the efficiency of the converter are derived from the DC model. Small-signal open-loop characteristics are derived from the small-signal model based on a state variable model. A design example proves the performance of the circuit and verification of the model.
Cite this paper: Espinosa, C. (2014) State Variable Model for Considering the Parasitic Inductor Resistance on the Open Loop Performance of DC to DC Converters. Journal of Computer and Communications, 2, 41-48. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2014.213006.
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