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Modeling Current-Mode-Controlled Power Stages for Simulating Multiple-Module Inter-Connected Power Supply Systems

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3 Author(s)
Runxin Wang ; Student Member, IEEE, School of Electrical Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, CHINA. E-mail: rxwang@ieee.org ; Jinjun Liu ; Hao Wang

This paper continues the efforts on behaviorally modeling multiple-module inter-connected power supply systems and presents detailed derivations of the lower-frequency power transfer models for non-isolated Cuk, SEPIC and Zeta power stages, which will make up a complete family of basic converter models together with those in the previously published paper. The models play an important role in the simulation scheme proposed to predict and investigate large-signal subsystem interactions in a distributed power system.

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2007 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

Date of Conference:

17-21 June 2007