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In this paper, a general and systematic method is presented to model topologically complete electrical networks, with or without multiple or single switches, within the Euler-Lagrange framework. Apart from the physical insight that can be obtained in this way, the framework has proven to be useful for the application of passivity-based control techniques, which on a case by case basis already has shown to be useful for the control of power converters within the class of switching electricaldoi:10.1016/s0167-6911(02)00290-6 fatcat:wjrnepjvvrfobkfzwcomffbkcy