This is the definitive reference for anyone involved in pulsewidth modulated DC–to–DC power conversion Pulsewidth Modulated DC–to–DC Power Conversion: Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs provides engineers, researchers, and students in the power electronics field with comprehensive and complete guidance to understanding pulsewidth modulated (PWM) DC–to–DC power converters. Presented in three parts, the book addresses the circuitry and operation of PWM DC–to–DC converters and their dynamic characteristics, along with in–depth discussions of control design of PWM DC–to–DC converters. Topics include: Basics of DC–to–DC power conversion DC–to–DC converter circuits Dynamic modeling Power stage dynamics Closed–loop performance Voltage mode control and feedback design Current mode control and compensation design Sampling effects of current mode control Featuring fully tested problems and simulation examples as well as downloadable lecture slides and ready–to–run PSpice programs, Pulsewidth Modulated DC–to–DC Power Conversion is an ideal reference book for professional engineers as well as graduate and undergraduate students.

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Author(s)Byungcho Choi
PublisherJohn Wiley
Publish YearJanuary 2013