Demystifying Switching Power Supplies By Raymond A. Mack, Jr pdf.
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This book is intended for those who need to understand how a switching power supply works. I intend to provide enough information so you can intelligently specify a custom off-line supply from a power supply manufacturer. You should also gain enough information to be able to design a DC–DC converter. I have included basic analog design information for those whose primary electronics background is not analog circuits. Then I build on that basic information to show how to design and analyze practical switching power supplies. Those with a strong background in analog circuitry may want to skim over the preliminary data.
In numerous places I skip over the details of derivations and transformations of equations. The details of those transformations are left as an exercise for the reader. There are two broad classes of power supplies: linear and switching. Linear supplies use time continuous control of the output. Switching supplies are time-sampled systems that use rectangular samples to control the output. This book explores each of the variations of switching power supplies.
Chapter One: Basic Switching Circuits
Chapter Two: Control Circuits
Chapter Three: The Input Power Supply
Chapter Four: Non-Isolated Circuits
Chapter Five: Transformer-Isolated Circuits
Chapter Six: Passive Component Selection
Chapter Seven: Semiconductor Selection
Chapter Eight: Inductor Selection
Chapter Nine: Transformer Selection
Chapter Ten: A “True Sine Wave” Inverter Design Example
Chapter Eleven: A PC Off-Line Supply
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