This book presents the fundamentals of switch mode power converters with insights into design aspects, providing elementary explanations of basic concepts of analysis, testing, and measurements of the converters. It is intended for power electronics engineers.
Table of Contents
Switch Mode Power Converters Calculator-Aided Analysis and Design Design of Magnetic Components Stability Considerations Input Filter Interactions Performance Measurement and Evaluation Appendix A: State-Space Averaging Analysis Appendix B: Graphical Design Aids Appendix C: Using Transient Response to Determine System Stability Appendix D: Derivation of Current Density and Area Product Relationships Appendix E: Spice Models for Computer Simulation Appendix F: Pulse Handling Capability of Wire-Wound Resistors Appendix G: Capacitor Life Prediction Guidelines Appendix H: A Critical Comparison of Ferrites with other Magnetic Materials List of Symbols Bibliography
"A very good book for the serious power supply designer, even if he does things other than make switch-mode supplies. "
---Electronic Engineering Times