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1 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Midterm Exam One-week take-home exam, to cover material of HW#1-6 –Averaged switch modeling –Simulation –Extra element theorem –Input filter design –N-extra element theorem –Feedback theorem –DCM modeling On-campus: handed out this Friday March 6, due at beginning of class of Friday March 13 Off-campus: start exam at time of your choosing, after you at least have completed HW#6.

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2 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Sampling v(t)v(t) v*(t) Sampler T t t v(t)v(t) v*(t) Unit impulse (Dirac)

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3 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling (t) t t area = 1 s(t)s(t) Unit impulse Properties unit step Laplace transform

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4 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Sampling in frequency domain

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5 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Sampling in frequency domain: derivation

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6 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Sampling in frequency domain: derivation

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7 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Aliasing

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8 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold vo(t)vo(t) v*(t) H Zero-order hold t t (n+1)T(n+2)TnT T = sampling period 1/T = sampling frequency v*(t) vo(t)vo(t)

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9 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: time domain vo(t)vo(t) H Zero-order hold (t)

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10 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: frequency domain vo(t)vo(t) H Zero-order hold u(t)u(t)

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11 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Sampled-data system example: frequency domain v(t)v(t)vo(t)vo(t) v*(t) H SamplerZero-order hold T Consider only low-frequency signals: System transfer function =

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12 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: frequency responses

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13 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: frequency responses f s = 1 MHz MATLAB file: zohfr.m

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14 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: 1 st -order approximation 1 st -order Pade approximation

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15 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Zero-order hold: frequency responses f s = 1 MHz MATLAB file: zohfr.m

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16 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling How does any of this apply to converter modeling?

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17 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling PWM is a small-signal sampler! PWM sampling occurs at t p (i.e. at dT s, periodically, in each switching period)

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18 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling General sampled-data model Sampled-data model valid at all frequencies Equivalent hold describes the converter small-signal response to the sampled duty-cycle perturbations [Billy Lau, PESC 1986] State-space averaging or averaged-switch models are low-frequency continuous-time approximations to this sampled-data model

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19 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Application to DCM high-frequency modeling TsTs dT s d2Tsd2Ts iLiL c

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20 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Application to DCM high-frequency modeling TsTs dT s d2Tsd2Ts iLiL c

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21 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling DCM inductor current high-frequency response High-frequency pole due to the inductor current dynamics in DCM, see (11.77) in Section 11.3

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22 ECEN5807 Intro to Converter Sampled-Data Modeling Conclusions PWM is a small-signal sampler Switching converter is a sampled-data system Duty-cycle perturbations act as a string of impulses Converter response to the duty-cycle perturbations can be modeled as an equivalent hold Averaged small-signal models are low-frequency approximations to the equivalent hold In DCM, at high frequencies, the inductor-current dynamic response is described by an equivalent hold that behaves as zero-order hold of length D 2 T s Approximate continuous-time model based on the DCM sampled-data model correlates with the analysis of Section 11.3: the same high-frequency pole at f s /( D 2 ) is obtained Next: current-mode control (Chapter 12)

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