Modelling and analysis of switching DC-to-DC converters in constant-frequency current-programmed mode

Shi-Ping Hsu, Art Brown, Loman Rensink, R.D. Middlebrook
1979 1979 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference  
An anaZy&iA o(> dc-to-dc switching conventew> in constant-fanequency current-programmed continuous conduction modo, U> performed, and leadLs to two significant, results. The first is that a Kamp function, used to eliminate a potential insta bility, can be chosen uniquel.y to assure both stability and the fastest possible transient, response oh the programmed current. The second is the development of an extension of the statespace averaging technique by meant* of u)hich both the input and output
more » ... he input and output small-signal properties of any such conveAteA may be accurately represented by a linear small-signal equivalent-circuit model. The mode^ ^ presented and experimentally νwilled for the Cuk converter and for the conventional buck, boost, and buck-boost convert.ers. Kit models exhibit basically a one-pole control-tooutput transfer function response.
doi:10.1109/pesc.1979.7081037 fatcat:ftqobzvnlffldkwdh72nmhg4ha