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# Department of Electrical Engineering

IIT Kanpur

## EE 360: Problem Bank

1. Question 1 needs to be submitted as Assignment 1

Fig. 1 shows a linear switching network. For this circuit, answer the following
(a) If at t=0, the switch is moved from 2 to 1, find an expression for the inductor current
and output voltage for t>0. If Vin=10 V, L=20 uH, C=300 uF, and R=0.5 , plot the iL
and vo as a function of time using Matlab or Mathcad.
(b) At t=5us, the switch is moved back to 2 from 1. Plot iL and vo for t>10 us using
(c) If (a) and (b) repeats for 10 cycles, with a switching cycle of 10 us, plot the iL and vo
(c) Verify your results using PSPICE simulation. Use a model of IRLR024N (Mosfet) as
2. A DC/DC boost converter operates at D=0.6. The voltage across the inductor is as
shown. Find the input voltage and output voltage of the converter.
0
-6

3. The gate to source voltage for the n-Mosfet in a buck converter is as shown. What is
the output voltage of the converter at t=0. Assume the following parameters. Mosfet
Rdson=10 m, Inductor DCR=2 m, Diode forward voltage=0.7 V.
6V

0V

t=0

4. A converter needs to be driven in an open loop fashion as shown below. The max. &
min. of the PWM saw-tooth carrier waveform are 5 V and 0 V. A 5 V supply is
available. Design a resistive circuit that limits the duty ratio (d) between 0.2 and 0.6.
The current drawn by this circuit should be less than1 mA.

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Vramp

Comparator
-

Resistor
5 V Network

Converter

OUT

Vref

## 5. The non-isolated version of SEPIC converter is given below. Derive an expression

for the conversion ratio (Vo/Vin), in terms of the given parameters. Assume CCM
mode of operation where both the inductor currents are always positive.
L1

C1

D1

M1

Vin

L2

R2

C2

Vo

6. Derive the conversion ratio under CCM mode of operation for the following
converters.
d
Vin
Vo
d'
d'
d
(a)
d

Vo

Vin
d'

(b)
7. In the following circuit, switches S1 and S2 are turned-on at the same time for a period
DTs in every switching cycle (Ts). (Assume the inductor current is continuous)
(a) Derive an expression for the steady-state transfer characteristics between Vo
and VSUT. Also find the average input current (Ig) expression in terms of IL.
(b) If both inductors have a resistance of rL, Re-derive an expression for voltage
conversion ratio (Vo/VSUT) and plot it as a function of duty cycle.
Ig

D1
Lf

V
SUT

S1
Cf

IL

Vsn1

D
2

VO

Vsn2

S2
Ro

Converter