English | 2021 | ISBN: 111945445X | 723 pages | True PDF | 28.8 MB
Explore a fully updated reference for professional and student engineers working with pulsewidth modulated DC-to-DC power conversion
The newly revised Second Edition of Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion: Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs delivers a comprehensive exploration of pulsewidth modulated DC-to-DC converters for analysis and design as standalone converters and as an interconnected system. The book begins with discussions of the circuits, dynamics, and control of standalone PWM converters before moving on to examine the dynamic analysis and system design of DC power distribution systems.
The distinguished authors balance theory with the practical aspects of DC-to-DC power conversion based on classical linear system theory. They include new information on the generalization of power stage modeling, the Nyquist criterion, and universal small-signal models for PWM DC-to-DC converters. The book also includes supplemental material, like a solutions manual, lecture slides, and PSpice source codes for over 250 PSpice programs for illustrative simulations. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:
- A thorough introduction to PWM DC-to-DC power conversion, power stage components, and buck converters
- An exploration of DC-to-DC power converter circuits, including boost converters, three basic converters, and flyback converters
- Discussions of the modeling and dynamics of PWM converters, including power stage transfer functions and the dynamic performance of PWM DC-to-DC converters
- An examination of control schemes and converter performance, including closed-loop performance and feedback compensation
Perfect for senior undergraduate students in departments of electrical engineering or electronics, Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion will also earn a place in the libraries of graduate students and practitioners of power electronics or electrical energy conversions, as well as analog/digital circuit engineers.