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Integrated Power Electronic Converters and Digital Control

1st Edition

By Ali Emadi, Alireza Khaligh, Zhong Nie, Young Joo Lee

CRC Press

350 pages | 293 B/W Illus.

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Because of the demand for higher efficiencies, smaller output ripple, and smaller converter size for modern power electronic systems, integrated power electronic converters could soon replace conventional switched-mode power supplies. Synthesized integrated converters and related digital control techniques address problems related to cost, space, flexibility, energy efficiency, and voltage regulation—the key factors in digital power management and implementation.

Meeting the needs of professionals working in power electronics, as well as advanced engineering students, Integrated Power Electronic Converters and Digital Control explores the many benefits associated with integrated converters. This informative text details boost type, buck type, and buck-boost type integrated topologies, as well as other integrated structures. It discusses concepts behind their operation as well specific applications.

Topics discussed include:

  • Isolated DC-DC converters such as flyback, forward, push-pull, full-bridge, and half-bridge
  • Power factor correction and its application
  • Definition of the integrated switched-mode power supplies
  • Steady-state analysis of the boost integrated flyback rectifier energy storage converter
  • Dynamic analysis of the buck integrated forward converter
  • Digital control based on the use of digital signal processors (DSPs)

With innovations in digital control becoming ever more pervasive, system designers continue to introduce products that integrate digital power management and control integrated circuit solutions, both hybrid and pure digital. This detailed assessment of the latest advances in the field will help anyone working in power electronics and related industries stay ahead of the curve.

Table of Contents

Non-isolated DC-DC Converters

Buck Converter

Boost Converter

Buck-Boost Converter

Isolated DC-DC Converters

Flyback Converter

Forward Converter

Push-Pull Converter

Full-Bridge Converter

Half-Bridge Converter

Power Factor Correction

Concept of PFC

General Classification of PFC Circuits

High Switching Frequency Topologies for PFC

Application of PFC in Advanced Motor Drives

Integrated Switched-Mode Power Converters

Switched-Mode Power Supplies

The Concept of Integrated Converter

Definition of Integrated Switched-Mode Power Supplies (ISMPS)

Boost-Type Integrated Topologies

General Structure of Boost-Type Integrated Topologies

Boost-Flyback Converter

Boost–Double-Ended Flyback Converter

Boost–Series/Parallel Flyback Converter

Boost–Parallel Flyback Converter

Boost-Forward Converter

Boost–Double-Ended Forward Converter

Boost–Series/Parallel Forward Converter

Boost–Parallel Forward Converter

Boost–Full-Bridge Converter

Boost–Half-Bridge Converter

Boost–Push-Pull Converter

Boost–Buck-Boost Converter

Boost Integrated Flyback Rectifier/Energy Storage Converter

Boost-Buck Converter (Cuk Converter)

Boost Integrated Buck Rectifier/Energy Storage Converter

Buck-Type Integrated Topologies

The Concept of Boost-Integrated Converter

Buck-Flyback Converter

Buck–Double-Ended Flyback Converter

Buck–Series/Parallel Flyback Converter

Buck–Parallel Flyback Converter

Buck-Forward Converter

Buck–Double-Ended Forward Converter

Buck-Series/Parallel Forward Converter

Buck–Parallel Forward Converter

Buck–Full-Bridge Converter

Buck–Half-Bridge Converter

Buck–Push-Pull Converter

Buck-Boost Type Integrated Topologies

Structure of Buck-Boost Type Integrated Topologies

Buck-Boost–Flyback Converter

Buck-Boost–Double-Ended Flyback Converter

Buck-Boost–Series/Parallel Flyback Converter

Buck-Boost–Parallel Flyback Converter

Buck-Boost–Forward Converter

Buck-Boost–Double-Ended Forward Converter

Buck-Boost–Series/Parallel Forward Converter

Buck-Boost–Parallel Forward Converter

Buck-Boost–Full-Bridge Converter

Buck-Boost–Half-Bridge Converter

Buck-Boost–Push-Pull Converter

Flyback-Forward Converter

Flyback–Full-Bridge Converter

Flyback–Half-Bridge Converter

Flyback–Push-Pull Converter

Other Types of Integrated Topologies

Other Types of Integrated Topologies

Buck-Buck Converter

Buck–Buck-Boost Converter

Buck-Zeta Converter

Buck-Boost–Buck-Boost Converter

Zeta–Buck-Boost Converter

Zeta-Zeta Converter

Boost-Boost Converter

Boost-Cuk Converter

Boost-SEPIC Converter

Cuk-Cuk Converter

SEPIC-Cuk Converter

SEPIC-SEPIC Converter

Flyback-Forward Converter

Forward-Boost Converter

Steady-State Analysis

Small Ripple Approximation, Inductor Voltage–Second Balance, and Capacitor Charge Balance

BIFRED Converter Example

Dynamic Analysis

Methodology

Buck Integrated Forward Converter Example

Synchronous Rectification

Selection Criteria for Schottky Diode and MOSFET

Synchronous Rectification with Basic Switching Power Supply Topologies

Control of Synchronous Rectifier

Current-Mode Control Methods

Discrete and Integrated Approach for Synchronous Rectification

Comparison of Diode and Synchronous Rectifiers

Simulation Results

Synchronous Rectification with Flyback and Forward Converters

Synchronous Rectification in the Flyback Converter

Synchronous Rectification in Forward Converter

Simulation Results

Synchronous Rectification for Integrated High- Quality Rectifier Regulators

Synchronous Rectification for IHQRRs

Control of Synchronous IHQRRs

General Efficiency Considerations of IHQRRs

Comparison of Power Losses in Schottky and Synchronous IHQRRs

Simulation Results and Observations

Integrated Switched-Mode Power Supplies Applications

Integrated Switched-Mode Power Converters for UPS Applications

Integrated Switched-Mode Power Converters for Switched Reluctance Motor Drives

Review of Digital Control Techniques in Power Electronics

Advantages of Digital Control

Disadvantages of Digital Control and New Trends

Structure of Digital Controllers

Digital Design

Digital Control Techniques

Applications of Digital Control

Implementation of Digital Controllers

Implementation of Digital Control Using Digital Signal Processors

Introduction to Implementation of Digital Control Based on DSPs

Hardware Schematic Design of the Non-inverting Buck-Boost Converter and the DSP Control Board

Software Implementation for Control System

About the Authors

Dr. Ali Emadi is the Harris Perlstein Endowed Chair Professor of electrical engineering and the director of the Electric Power and Power Electronics Center and Grainger Laboratories at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). He is also founder and president of Hybrid Electric Vehicle Technologies, Inc. (HEVT). Dr. Alireza Khaligh is currently an assistant professor and director of Energy Harvesting and Renewable Energies Laboratory (EHREL) at the Electric Power and Power Electronics Center (EPPEC) of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at IIT. Ph.D candidate Young Joo Lee has more than 10 years of experience in the industrial field and developed lots of commercial system controllers for sewing machines and medical x-ray fluoroscopy equipment. Zhong Nie is a product research and development engineer at Inductoheat, Inc., working on high-power inverter design for induction heating applications.

About the Series

Power Electronics and Applications Series

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC007000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electrical
TEC008000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / General
TEC031020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Power Resources / Electrical