Brad Bryant (Committee Member), Marian Kazimierczuk (Advisor), Kuldip Rattan (Committee Member), Ray Siferd (Committee Member), Lavern Starman (Committee Member)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
In this paper, a method is presented to design a minimum order compensator for a PWM buck converter with voltage-mode control that will reduce the closed-loop output impedance to match a specific transfer function. The transfer function for the compensator is rigorously developed. It is shown that a third-order compensator is sufficient to achieve a closed-loop output impedance represented by a first-order transfer function. The method is applied to an example, in which the hardware of the dc-dc converter is realized and tested to verify compliance to system requirements.
Department or Program
Ph.D. in Engineering
Year Degree Awarded
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