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Practical Computer Analysis of Switch Mode Power Supplies

1st Edition

By Johnny C. Bennett

CRC Press

272 pages | 183 B/W Illus.

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When designing switch-mode power supplies (SMPSs), engineers need much more than simple "recipes" for analysis. Such plug-and-go instructions are not at all helpful for simulating larger and more complex circuits and systems. Offering more than merely a "cookbook," Practical Computer Analysis of Switch Mode Power Supplies provides a thorough understanding of the essential requirements for analyzing SMPS performance characteristics. It demonstrates the power of the circuit averaging technique when used with powerful computer circuit simulation programs.

The book begins with SMPS fundamentals and the basics of circuit averaging models, reviewing most basic topologies and explaining all of their various modes of operation and control. The author then discusses the general analysis requirements of power supplies and how to develop the general types of SMPS models, demonstrating the use of SPICE for analysis. He examines the basic first-order analyses generally associated with SMPS performance along with more practical and detailed methods for developing SMPS and component models. The final chapter features the circuit-averaging macromodel of the integrated circuit PWM controller illustrated through analyses of three power supplies.

Practical Computer Analysis of Switch Mode Power Supplies builds a strong foundation on the principles of SMPS analysis, enabling further development and advancement of the techniques while supplying meaningful insight into the process.

Table of Contents

REVIEW OF SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY FUNDAMENTALS

Basic Topologies

Basic Control Methods

Conclusion

SMPS ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS

DC Requirements

AC Requirements

Transient Requirements

Summary

FUNDAMENTAL SWITCH MODE CONVERTER MODEL DEVELOPMENT

Buck and Boost Converter Continuous Mode Large Signal Models

Buck and Boost Converter Discontinuous Mode Large Signal Models

Buck and Boost Continuous and Discontinuous Mode Unified Models

Buck-Boost (Flyback) Converter Continuous Mode Large Signal Model

Buck-Boost (Flyback) Converter Discontinuous Mode Large Signal Model

Buck-Boost Continuous and Discontinuous Mode Unified Model

Cuk Converter Continuous Mode Large Signal Model

Cuk Converter Discontinuous Mode Large Signal Model

Cuk Converter Continuous and Discontinuous Mode Unified Model

Boost Converter Model Analysis Example

Summary

ANALYZING THE FUNDAMENTAL SMPS MODEL

Buck Converter SMPS Analysis (Voltage Mode)

Buck Converter SMPS Analysis (Current Mode)

Summary

SMPS COMPONENT MODELS

Component Model Development

Parasitic Resistance Effects

Peripheral Circuit Additions

Summary

ANALYZING THE ADVANCED SMPS MODEL

Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) Controller Macromodel

Practical Flyback SMPS Analysis

Practical Buck SMPS Analysis with Parasitic Resistances

Practical "Loop-Opening" Techniques for AC Analysis

Buck SMPS Soft Start and "Hiccup" Current Limit Analysis

Summary

APPENDIX A: DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS OF SMPS INPUT FILTERS

General Requirements

Fundamental Single-Stage LC Section Examples

Parallel Damped Single-Stage Input Filter

Series Damped Single Stage Input Filter

Two-Stage Input Filter Design

APPENDIX B: PULSE WIDTH MODULATOR CONTROLLER MACROMODELING

UC 1844 Circuit-Averaging Macromodel Development

UC 1825A Circuit-Averaging Macromodel Development

REFERENCES

INDEX

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM059000
COMPUTERS / Computer Engineering
TEC007000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electrical
TEC008000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / General
TEC008010
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / Circuits / General