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THE LATEST SPICE SIMULATION AND DESIGN TOOLS FOR CREATING STATE-OF-THE-ART SWITCHMODE POWER SUPPLIESFully updated to incorporate new SPICE features and capabilities, this practical guide explains, step by step, how to simulate, test, and improve switch-mode power supplydesigns. Detailed formulas with founding equations are included. Based on the author's continued research and in-depth, handson work in the field, this revised resource offers a collection of the latest SPICE solutions to the most difficult problem facing power supply designers: creating smaller, more heat-efficient power supplies in shorter design cycles.
NEW to this edition:
Complete analysis of rms currents for the three basic cells in CCM and DCM
PWM switch at work in the small-signal analysis of the DCM boost and the QR flyback
Complete transistor-level TL431 model
Small-signal analysis of the borderline-operated boost PFC circuit operated in voltage or current mode
All-over power phenomena in QR or fixed-frequency discontinuous/continuous flyback converters
Small-signal model of a QR flyback converter
Small-signal model of the active clamp forward converter operated in voltagemode control
Electronic content-design templates and examples available online
Switch-Mode Power Supplies: SPICE Simulations and Practical Designs, Second Edition, covers:
Small-signal modeling * Feedback and ciontrol loops * Basic blocks and generic switched models * Nonisolated converters * Off-line converters * Flyback converters * Forward converters * Power factor correction
Christope P. Basso (Pibrac, France) is currently Technical Engineer at ON Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor). He is frequent contributor to EDN Magazine.
Foreword Preface Nomenclature Ch. 1: Introduction to Power Conversion Ch. 2: Small-Signal Modeling Ch. 3: Feedback and Control Loops Ch. 4: Basic Blocks and Generic Switched Models Ch. 5: Simulation and Designs of Nonisolated Converters Ch. 6: Simulations and Practical Designs of Off-Line Converters--The Front End Ch. 7: Simulations and Practical Designs of Flyback Converters Ch. 8: Simulations and Practical Designs of Forward Converters Conclusion Index