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On Differential Flatness, Trajectory Planning, Observers, and Stabilization for DC–DC Converters

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4 Author(s)
A. Gensior ; Elektrotechnisches Inst., Tech. Univ. Dresden ; O. Woywode ; J. Rudolph ; H. Guldner

Differential flatness of buck, buck-boost, and boost converter models is shown. Its benefits if used for controlling the output voltage of these converters are revealed by comparing the flatness-based control with passivity-based and linear control. Two observers for the boost converter are suggested one of which requires only the measurement of the converters output voltage. Both observers can be used with minor changes for the buck-boost converter. Two flatness-based online trajectory planning algorithms are suggested. They exploit the parametrization of the trajectories in the energy. One of them is designed to achieve fast setpoint transitions during converter start-up or despite sudden load steps while simultaneously respecting the converters physical constraints. The other one is considered for applications in power factor correction. Different stabilization strategies are compared. The viability of the observers, the algorithm, and the stabilization strategies are verified by simulations of switched nonideal converter models

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IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 9 )