This is simple model of closed loop Boost converter and Type III compensatory is employed to achieve the desired reference voltage. The converter is modeled using inductor current and capacitor voltage state equations. The model can be simulated in switching mode as well as linear mode.
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Hi, you have a done very good job. Like all the others i would like to understand the transfer function. If you have any documentation about it could you mail it to me ? thanks.
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Very good job sir. But i need to understand that how did you calculate the transfer function. If you send me document i'll be verry happy. Thank you so much. email@example.com
Hi, how do you receive the transfer function of the controller? Can you send me relevant documents firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you very much!
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Can you send me relevant documents firstname.lastname@example.org, because when I try to change the parameters the waveforms are not similar as required.
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I don't understand how you obtained the transfer function.I also trying to model closed loop boost converter with PWM and PFM.Can you help me with that?Could you send me the how you derived this transfer function.My e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, Can you please send me the small signal transfer function derived for this boost converter?
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Can you also point me to the materials used for deriving the fucntion
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Hello, can you teach me about how to change the circuit according order: voltage input is Vg=12V, output voltage is 18V, output current Io is 5A, Vpp= 0.1V. when Vg is 10~14V, make sure the output Vo is 18V. my email address is: email@example.com
Can you send me the supporting documents for this design. It will be very helpful. My email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
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hi sir this was very helpful thank you but can i know how did u get the transfer function. your reply will help me out a lot thank you
Do u have any idea that how to design DCDC boost converter using current mode control with and without compensator?
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I appreciate your wonderful work on dc-dc converters but I dont get how did you developed the transfer function of the controller. And how do you consider the equations(poles and zeros) for type iii compensator. I already send you mail regarding my queries. Please take out little time to answer my quries..thank you
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Hello, can you send me derived small signal ac modeling transfer function for dc-dc converter to my email id firstname.lastname@example.org
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Its a type III compensation, with two poles and zeros placed coincident respectively. It is placed in such a way to have enough phase margin for better stability and to minimize the effect of maximum phase lag due to Right-Half plane zero.
There are many literature on type-III compensation for dc-dc boost converter.
I don`t get it :( I know how you get the state equations, but I don`t understand how you develope the transfer function of the controller out of these state equations. Thank you for your support.
I derived the small-signal ac modeling transfer function for dc-dc converter.
Hello, how do you receive the transfer function of the controller?
Closed loop boost converter - Equation Model
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