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MIT OpenCourseWare
http://ocw.mit.edu
6.334 Power Electronics
Spring2007
Chapter 1
Introduction and Analysis Methods
1.1 Switching Power Electronics
Read Chapter 1 of \u201cPrinciples of Power Electronics\u201d (KSV) by J. G. Kassakian, M.
F. Schlecht, and G. C. Verghese, Addison-Wesley, 1991.
Linear Regulator
io
+ Vx\u2212
+\u2212
+
Vin
Vo
\u2212
Figure 1.1: Linear Regulator
Controlvx such thatVo =Vo,REF : Simple, accurate, high-bandwidth, but
1
2
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION AND ANALYSIS METHODS
Pdiss=\ue001 <vxio > >0
(1.1)
Pout
\u03b7=Pin\ue000
Voio\ue000
=Vin io\ue000
Vo\ue000
=\ue001
(1.2)
Vin
@Vin = 15v, Vo = 5v
\u03b7= 33%\ue001
(1.3)
\u2192
For e\ufb03ciency we will consider switching power converters:
q(t)
\u2212+
Vo
Vin
0
1 q(t)
+
DT
T
v(t)
<Vo> = dVin
\u2212
Figure 1.2: Considering Switching Power Convertor
NOTE: Only lossless elements. L, C (energy storage).
Use semiconductors as switches. Switches: Block V, carry I, but NOT at the same
time!

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